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SCREEN MOVES WHEN THE CURSOR MOVES ON A MAC MINI. HOW DO I SOLVE THIS PLEASE? THANKS YOU

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This means you have screen zoom turned on. To turn it off, press Option - Command - 8.
Alternatively, hold down Control and scroll down on your mouse's scroll wheel.

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Hello, this is an option that is enabled in the system preferences panel: Go to the apple menu, click system preferences, go to "Universal access", and in the "Zoom " section, click the "No" button. Then it will go back to normal

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