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Hi Guys

I lent my mac to a friend the other day and now I have it back it is displaying the keys I press in the top right of the screen

I have asked my friend and he can't remember what he did.

I have searched through the universal access and cant see anything obvious

PLEASE HELP! it is so annoying
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