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Old 09-05-2012, 04:47 AM   #1
steve165
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Turning off Accessibility / Visually Impaired feature at Login


Hi

I installed Ubuntu 12.04 recently. Since then I have intermittently had audio output of mouse moves etc. Can anybody point me to the right place to turn this feature off permanently? Also, why is it intermittent?

TIA

Steve

PS I posted here as (a) I haven't posted on LQ before and (b) there is no Accessibility forum that I could find.
 
  


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