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When I move the cursor to play a game, the whole screen moves too

I cannot highlight or move a backgammon piece withthe cursor, because the whole screen moves when I attempt to do so.

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    Does the entire game window appear on the screen? Can you still see the Apple menu in the upper-left corner and the Dock taskbar at the bottom? If not, the problem may be that moving the mouse is moving you around on the screen. This can happen if you (or the game settings) zoom in and only show part of the Desktop screen.

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How are you moving the cursor? Is it time to change the batteries in the mouse, if it's cordless...

Use the scroll wheel and the CONTROL key - spin the wheel back and see if the screen shrinks. Then click elsewhere on the screen to make sure you're not dragging the whole gameboard around.

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