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On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

This has got to be really simple . . . yet I CAN'T figure the darn thing out.

I have a user (who of course didn't touch or mess with any settings) but did change something.  Now, if she has 3 open windows for example, all the user needs to do is roll the mouse over one of the windows, and it's brought to the foreground and made active.

PLEASE tell me how to turn this %@$#%@ feature off.  I will greatly appreciate your feedback.

Thank you in advance.

RE: On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

Check the settings on the mouse (if you haven't already).


RE: On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

Dreamboat -

BINGO !  Of course I checked everything BUT the mouse settings (Duh!).  You were right!  Thanks again!

RE: On mouse over, window becomes active. . .

Way cool because I almost didn't post it because of its obviousness. I always miss the obvious too! Glad it worked!


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