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My desktop PC (Windows 11) has the following setup:

1) Main monitor - not a touchscreen. I do most my work on this and use a mouse.
2) Secondary monitor - touchscreen. I'm using some widgets etc which are effectively fixed to the touchscreen. I want to be able to point at them and make stuff happen.

Trouble is, when I poke my touchscreen, it steals the mouse pointer from monitor 1. Putting it back actually involves dragging the mouse pointer back from screen 2 (where I just touched it) and moving it to screen 1. Every, single, time.

Surely there is a setting in Windows to prevent this? I for the life of me cannot find it.
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