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    OSX desktop
    when i move mouse to fast screen slides off to the side.want to stop this help

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    running Mac OS X version 10.6.8 ive done some reading and cannoot find a answer yet i am useing leopard
    program. the mouse is a apple magic mouse wireless.

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