No longer the case.
GNU Fdisk is a feature rich fdisk replacement that supports many options including:
- v - move a partition
- c - rescue a lost partition
- z - resize a partition
- h - check the consistency of a partition
- o - copy the partition over another partition
So options v, c, z, h, o would not show in your menu.
However the -G flag turns off the compatibility mode.
By running gfdisk -G /dev/sda the extra options are available.
( Replace /dev/sda above with whatever your disk device identifier is )
In Debian GNU / Linux you will find GNU Fdisk here.
If all this is too much command line, then there is gparted for a clickable alternative: