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Currently I have about 7 seconds to type in a window before my Mac deselects the open window and I have to click on the window again to be able to continue typing. It's driving me nuts!!
Anyone out there have any idea what's causing this?
Seriously, I click in a browser (or any) window and then I've got about 7 seconds to type before the window deselects and I have to click on the window again!
Help pleeeease!
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