How do I remove Universal Access Preferences?[SOLVED]

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How do I remove Universal Access Preferences?[SOLVED]

Postby x0fx3 on Wed Feb 10, 2010 10:14 pm

I have the Universal Access Preferences stuck in my notificon section of my panel even after unchecking if from the startup list. How do I get it from showing up? I've logged out and restarted and its still there.

Thank you.
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Re: How do I remove Universal Access Preferences?

Postby adrian_badertscher on Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:27 am

Hi,

Sorry, but what do you mean with 'universal access preferences'? Which Mint version, and which window manager (plus version) do you use?

Thank you for answering.
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Re: How do I remove Universal Access Preferences?

Postby rmockler on Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:22 am

Go to Control Center, Keyboard and click on the Accessibility tab. Then remove the check from the top line, Accessibility features can be toggled.....
The icon will disappear.
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Re: How do I remove Universal Access Preferences?

Postby x0fx3 on Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:09 am

rmockler wrote:Go to Control Center, Keyboard and click on the Accessibility tab. Then remove the check from the top line, Accessibility features can be toggled.....
The icon will disappear.

That did it! At first I was thinking you meant the option in the preferred application settings. Thanks


adrian_badertscher wrote:Hi,

Sorry, but what do you mean with 'universal access preferences'? Which Mint version, and which window manager (plus version) do you use?

Thank you for answering.


I am using Mint 8 x64 and Gnome (not sure the version of Gnome, but whatever came with Mint 8.)
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