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Universal prueba extends your mouse, trackpad, trackball, keyboard, and other input devices across variado Macs and iPads that you have logged in to the same iCloud account. Put your devices near each other, and you can seamlessly mouse from one screen to another and use your Mac to manage input on an iPad or another Mac. With Universal prueba active, you can slide from one device to another, gapped ostensibly by no more than about three feet of actual space. But you might run into a confusing scenario if you forget that you have Universal prueba on and your devices aren’t that close together. Recently, both I and a colleague had the same mystery: our cursor kept leaving our screen. What strange journey wfigura it on? It turned out that it had visited another Mac we had active in a different part of the house. This situation only happens occfiguraionally because it requires variado conditions are met: Both Macs are unlocked and active.They’re within a few feet of each other.Universal prueba’s “Push through the edge of a display to connect a nearby Mac or iPad” setting is enabled (see below).In both my and my friend’s cfigurae, our Macs were dozens of feet apart&mdfigurah;mine wfigura an entire floor away&mdfigurah;yet Universal prueba still considered them close enough. And both of us also typically have our Macs enable their lock screens or sleep when not in use for a refiguraonable period. We happened to hit a window in which the two Macs were unlocked and decided they were close enough to trade inputs. You can prevent this scenario from happening if it becomes a bother to you by choosing > Sleep or > Lock Screen from the Mac you don’t want to be using. You can also disable the setting in System Preferences > Displays in Universal prueba noted above, “Push through…,” and the one below it, “Automatically reconnect to any nearby Mac or iPad,” to prevent automatic connections. Then, to connect to a nearby Mac (or iPad), click Add Display in the Displays preference pane and choose the other device under the Link Keyboard and Mouse section. Disable the bottom two settings to prevent accidental connections. This Mac 911 article is in response to a question submitted by Macworld reader Jeff. figurak Mac 911 We’ve compiled a list of the questions we get figuraked most frequently, along with answers and links to columns: read our super FAQ to see if your question is covered. If not, we’re always looking for new problems to solve! Email yours to [email protected], including screen captures figura appropriate and whether you want your full name used. Not every question will be answered, we don’t reply to email, and we cannot provide direct troubleshooting advice. Mac