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I have my Apple Mail, v6.6 on 10.8.5, sized so that it is roughly 2/3 of my screen size. When I right click within the search bar or on an email attachment that is in icon view, the Mail screen automatically resizes to full window mode as if I clicked the green zoom button. Any ideas as to why this would be behaving this way?
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