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My computer keeps speaking!


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Here I am just sitting playing some games until I unplugged the Speaker Cord from the outlet, by accident with my foot. I plug it back in. I click on the Application I was at earlier and the computer says it. It gets annoying since the computer keeps saying everything I click on. I went to Preferences, then to " Speech." I click off "Speakable Items" and restart the computer. When the screen loads, the computer says welcome, blah blah blah, and still says everything I click on.

How can I make this voice stop speaking everything I click on? neye:
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Try going to the Universal Access pref and make sure Voice Over is off.

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Try going to the Universal Access pref and make sure Voice Over is off.

Ahhh, Thanks! Never thought of going there.
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