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Old 09-05-2012, 03:47 AM   #1
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Turning off Accessibility / Visually Impaired feature at Login


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?



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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