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Managed to clip a shortkey that enabled some Audio assistance program on my Ubuntu login screen (it reads back to you anything you click or type).

It's really annoying, but I can't seem to find any documentation that will help me disable it

Does anyone know how I might disable this?

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marked as duplicate by karel, Warren Hill, psusi, belacqua, guntbert Oct 4 '13 at 19:54

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The key combination you accidentally used was probably Ctrl + S. It is a toggle switch, so if you use it again, Orca will quit and not bother you at next logon.

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I guess you turned-on the Screen reader . You can disable it in system settings as

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