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Hey folks,

Please help me here this is cracking me up, you know when you have a window open on your desktop and say you click on the desktop, the window that is open will go transparent, how do i stop that from doing so, so it just stays normal?
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Don't click on the desktop.
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Don't click on the desktop.
lol, but its not just the desktop i mean if i am to click onto another window the previous window goes transparent, the reason why this is bugging me is because when i have logic pro open and if i click onto the desktop, logic will crash, every time but it only crashes once it goes transparent!
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