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Yeah, that get's turned on often when people try to do a > and they accidentally hit CTRL + . (Period)
So hit Ctrl + . to turn it off. On a Mac it's Cmd + .
Oh thank god somebody had an answer to this!!! I might have gone crazy if I'd had to look at that much longer.
I'll share that I point out that and many other little hidden gems in a talk of that name, available online:
I realize you wouldn't have thought to look there for the answer, but I'm saying that if folks using CFB were to check it out, they may learn lots of other little surprises (solutions/features) like that. Hope it helps someone.
I'll definitely checkout the presentation.
I managed to do this once, and luckily managed to find Ray's article just before my head actually went through the wall I'd been smashing it into for the previous hour or so.
God Bless those who bother finding solutions rather than using my personal favourite, the "roll back to last Acronis image and be more careful next time".