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Finder Windows in Mojave stick to cursor while running Ae

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Aug 04, 2020

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When I run AE 2019 or 2020, then command-tab (or click over) to finder (or any other app), the finder window annoyingly sticks to the cursor. So I can't interface with the current window because the cursor won't let go of the window's edge. I'll try to highlight a file or something, and the window just moves so I can't get to it.  It makes it impossible to do any multitasking. It doesn't happen all the time, but it happens often. I end up having to tab back to AE and close it to do anything else.

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Finder Windows in Mojave stick to cursor while running Ae

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When I run AE 2019 or 2020, then command-tab (or click over) to finder (or any other app), the finder window annoyingly sticks to the cursor. So I can't interface with the current window because the cursor won't let go of the window's edge. I'll try to highlight a file or something, and the window just moves so I can't get to it.  It makes it impossible to do any multitasking. It doesn't happen all the time, but it happens often. I end up having to tab back to AE and close it to do anything else.

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System details???

 

The latest version of AE recommends at least 16GB of ram. Poor allocation of memory in AE preferences could also cause problems. I have one mac on High Sierra and 2 on Mojave, all with more than 16GB ram and all doing fine.

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Thank you! That was it. I have 32Gb running Mojave on a Mac Pro 5,1, but I had left only 3 GB for other apps - and I run a lot of nonsense in the background. Thanks so much for your help. Really appreciate it!

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