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So I'm watching a movie on my MacBook. No mice or keyboards plugged in; when all of a sudden my cursor pops up, double clicks the movie out of full screen and proceeds to right click and make two folders on my desktop. I try to move it to the AirPort icon in the toolbar to disengage the internet, but the cursor fights me. As this phantom cursor begins to open things from my dock I emergency shutdown and unplug my time-capsule until whoever was futzing around gave up. Any ideas as to how this happened with screen-sharing and bluetooth off? Any suggestions?
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To me it sounds like an Automator script taken action.
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To me it sounds like an Automator script taken action.
How do I alleviate such a thing?
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How do I alleviate such a thing?
you would have to find the saved script on the computer, well which isn't exactly a fun or easy thing to do, maybe some of the others here will have a good idea.
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you would have to find the saved script on the computer, well which isn't exactly a fun or easy thing to do, maybe some of the others here will have a good idea.
Thanx ga-. Anyone got any knowledge of how to rid myself of such a thing or was it a one time deal?
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