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The W - Internet & Computers - WTF is up with my screen?
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I have a MacBook Pro that is a couple years old. I'm experiencing this weird thing where when I move the cursor, either with the touchpad or the bluetooth mouse, it nudges the entire screen a tiny bit in the direction the cursor is moving. Is my screen dying or something?



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Do you have Expose enabled? Try turning it off and see if it still does it. I found that it went a little buggy on me eventually (not to mention it killed my processing speed).
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