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Did you try enabling, refreshing, then disabling so that the refresh happens whilst it is enabled but the chances of someone clicking it in the brief time it is enabled is slim? If you wanted to eliminate its clickablity whilst it is briefly disabled, you could change the click action to do nothing before enabling it and then restoring the normal click action after disabling it.

Not tried any of this myself, so I am just guessing but it is worth a go. It may be that the disabled visual element overrides the selected background image.
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