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You can "lock view focus" but I don't think you can hide view focus.
You can lock views, sheets, or view positions by right-clicking an item and selecting:
Lock View Focus. Allows you to add sketch entities to a view, even when the pointer is close to another view. You can be sure that the items you are adding belong to the view you want. You can also double-click a view to lock the focus.
Lock Sheet Focus. Allows you to add sketch entities to the sheet. Otherwise, the sketch entities belong to the view that is closest to where you begin sketching. You can also double-click a sheet to lock the focus. Lock Sheet Focus is available when at least one drawing view is present. When Lock Sheet Focus is enabled, the drawing sheet border is pink.
Lock View Position allows you to fix the drawing view in place. Right-click anywhere in the drawing view and select Lock View Position.
If you actually select all of the sketches (in the model view, not in the drawing), and hide each one, then they will not be able to be highlighted with a "mouseover".