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OS 10.4 - Screen Keys


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How do get rid of the screen keys?
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I am a litle lost in what you are asking, so I need some clarification. What are we looking at?

And where as these screen locaed?

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What I mean is that whenever I press Control ,Option or Command an icon appears on the screen (shown in picture) and the laptop makes a sound. The act then acts like the key is being press until I press that key again. e.g if I press Control, and click the mouse it will act like right click even when Control is not pressed until Control is pressed again.

This only started this morning.
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System Preferences > Universal Access > Turn off Strict Keys

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