Over the past few days after an Apple mac update we have seen some of our Mac computers keep refreshing the desktop / finder and when in an application such as Dreamweaver, PhotoShop etc the application will go as if we had clicked on the desktop behind so hiding the applications tool bars etc.
We have found how to fix this and hope it works for you:
Open your system preferences panel and check to see if you have Stuffit AVR at the bottom in the “other” section. If you do, and you recently installed the new version of Quicktime, click once on Stuffit AVR, and click the stop button.
We did a quick search on Google and found this fix. Hopefully Apple will come out with an update to correct this.
We have been hosting websites since 2002 and are always moving forward. All articles written under the Host Media author are created by the team who support our customers.