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The screen on your Mac moves whenever the mouse moves

This is an option that is enabled in the system preferences panel:
Go to the apple menu,
Click system preferences,
Go to "Universal access", in the "System" category
In the "Zoom " section, click the "No" button.
Then things should go back to normal

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