Ever since I've updated from Firefox 3.6 to Firefox 4, I love how many of the big text input blocks can be resized. Adding comments doesn't have to feel so cramped and editor windows could be widened a bit more if necessary (it could already be resized vertically). I know Chrome has this too, don't know about other browsers.
Unfortunately, everything else that which could be viewed easier if only they could be bigger, have a fixed size. Sometimes it's easier to read large blocks (even if wordwrapped) if I can view them in a wider view. Blocks that have very wide content which ends up having horizontal scrollbars can be annoying to read through. Or maybe, you're just not interested in seeing the block at all and want to resize it down so you can no longer see the contents. It can be a lifesaver reading super detailed questions or answers that have the obligatory large blocks of content that gets in the way.
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Would it be technically possible to make blocks such as these resizable too in the same way?
If so, can it be done? (pretty please)
If not, don't worry about it. (unless you guys wouldn't mind making it happen in other ways)
That way posts with wide blocks can be made wider for those with browsers that support it. If you guys decide to go a step further and make it work for all browsers, even better.