Question about Apple MA590LLA Mac Desktop
Desktop moves all over the display when the mouse is moved.
Not sure how to explain this. Working on imac, everything normal,
click the mouse to open something then all of a sudden, the entire
desktop display screen becomes "unhinged" and started moving back and
forth as the mouse is move as if it reset itself in system profiles
to a lower resolution. Tried resetting monitor in system
profile back to higher res, tried mouse settings. Shut down, unplugged, boot back up.
And problem remains.
I know you've already visited the Mouse options in Preferences, but did you check to see if the "Zoom Using Scroll Wheel" box is checked? If it is, uncheck it.
Or on the keyboard, try pressing these three keys at the same time: Option / Apple (Command) / 8. That should do the same thing.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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