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Old 29th December 2011, 04:05 AM
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How do I disable Sticky/Slow Keys permanently?

Hi. This should be easy but I can't figure it out. Whenever I accidentally press Shift a few times or even just holding it down at times, this damn irritating 'feature' either produces a pop-up giving the option to enable it or sometimes it is just automatically enabled, (no pop-up) often at the most inconvenient of times! This is with f14.

How do I disable it permanently so that no key presses/combinations will issue a prompt?
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Old 30th December 2011, 05:44 PM
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Re: How do I disable Sticky/Slow Keys permanently???

Never mind, found it! From 'Keyboard Preferences', uncheck "accessibility features can be toggled with keybaord shortcuts"
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disable, keys, permanently, sticky or slow

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