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Ease Of Access Functions Hard To Remove

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#1 adeline


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Posted 20 May 2008 - 01:07 PM

I think a lot of my problems with the keyboard tend to emerge from accidentally triggering Accessibility modes when all I'm trying to do is get a description of their function. My keyboard woulcn't work at all for a while (all 0000000s) -- then it got hiccups (inserting previously deleted items from more or less random combinations of shift and letters) -- the insert function won't work in Documents, and god only knows what horror I may have unleashed know with Slow Keys or Bounce Keys or whatever I accidentally hit.

When I try to to untoggle the selection, I'm ignored. When I hit cancel, I swear the computer sbleeps. My System Restore got shut somewhere down the line, and I simply wind up trying to come up with alternative typing methods until the problems lose interests in impeding my every attempt.

I usually wind up in this Whack-a-Mole caricature by my never-ending efforts to return easy scrolling -- both by toggle bar and arrows --only to wind up in worse shape.

Are there any useful functions for a touch-typist in Ease of Access -- can I somehow banish it from the ruling icons on the new Vista Control Panel.


Edited by adeline, 20 May 2008 - 01:09 PM.

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