Hello all, I hope I can describe my question properly without visual aids On MS Windows, if I have multiple apps running and I can see their windows, I can perform mouse actions on them even if the window in question does not have the focus. For example ... Imagine I have a browser window open and I am typing a letter in my word processor. The word processor has focus. If I want to refresh the website on my browser, all I have to do is move the cursor to the refresh icon and click once (this is the important bit.) In OSX, with the exact same scenario, I have to click twice, since my first click simply gives the Safari window focus, without actually triggering any action within the browser. This is consistent with all apps and programs in both operating systems respectively, and Linux behaves the same as MS Windows, with a single click accomplishing the setting focus and triggering the action in question. So, the question ... Is there some hidden setting where I can get OSX to behave the same way as the other two OSes I use? Thanks!