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OS 10.5 - show desktop - going back after clicking app


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I have the show desktop option as one of my hot corners and when i want to bring up a application on it's own the rest all come back with it now so i cant just have that app showing. It hasnt always done this so I'm wondering why it has started doing so now and how to change it back.
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