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Closing Speech Recognition Circle


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I was messing around with the speech recognition feature, which I just recently discovered I had, and this circle comes up that lets you know when it is hearing your voice. But now I want it to go away, and I can't figure out how. The best I can do is send it to the right-side of the dock, but how can I just close out of it? I really wouldn't use speech recognition much at all, so it's just in the way now.
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As far as I know it's there until you turn Speech Recognition off.

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Simple solution for a now embarrassing question. I was trying/expecting to close out of it like it was some kind of program and I was confused. Should have thought more basically, I suppose. But I'm just glad it's gone, now. Thanks
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Babu Use universal Access
Go to System Prefrences
then to speech
then to Text to speech
then to universal access
where you will find check boxes to solve your problem!!!!
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Well I have the same problem now and now matter how many things I tick "off" the bloody circle is still annoying me there
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