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Was mucking around with OmniDazzle, and appropriately pressed every keyboard shortcut to see all the effects.

Unfortunately now, when I hover over 'another' window - it comes into focus without me invoking via a click.

Could someone please point me in the direction of what I changed?

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Have you tried quitting it and starting it again? // Though I hope you solved it by now. Voting to close as too localized, it seems like a regular temporary malfunction. – Daniel Beck Apr 19 '11 at 18:42
    
VTC again, user has apparently given up on the question. – Daniel Beck Jan 28 '12 at 17:49

Go to the configure window and go to the Focal Point options. You can turn it off there.

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What can I turn off ? - it's there as a shortcut - not using the hovering as the catalyst. Here's what I see: img202.imageshack.us/img202/7785/screenshot20091005at154.png Thank you. – romant Oct 5 '09 at 2:57

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