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I went into Displays and made sure "Sticky edges" was set to OFF. However, it acts as though it is still on!

Where might this setting be hidden? Might there be a way to force it to turn off? It's extremely annoying, as my cursor sticks whenever I move from it from one screen to the next!

I have two monitors, and a GeForce GTX 260 video card.

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This could very well be a driver issue with your graphics. I have a Geforce GT 620 and it wasn't until I messed with the drivers some that I was able to get the little things such as transparency and non-sticky edges to work. Hope this helps!

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