Create another admin user under users and groups from system preference,
login to the new user, run VoiceOver, and see if it'll let you check it.
If it does, that means something got messed up with current user setting.
You could also Send an email to apple accessibility, and see what they say.
Keep us posted.
On 2/14/2018 1:51 PM, Christian wrote:
> Hi all,
> OK, so I tried this but still no luck. Running OS High Sierra. This is really
> I don’t like to reinstall everything and startover.
> Any other tips?
> Many thanks,
>> 14 feb. 2018 kl. 08:54 skrev Chi Kim <chigook...@hotmail.com>:
>> If uncheck and checking it doesn't fix the issue, reset all Voiceover
>> preferences by:
>> Open up voiceover utility
>> go to menu bar with vo+m
>> go to file menu
>> Select reset all voiceover preference.
>> Go back to the general category and see if it lets you check allow
>> VoiceOVer to be controlled with AppleScript
>> On 2/13/2018 8:33 PM, Slau Halatyn wrote:
>>> This was a rare issue for a couple of people and it seemed to exist in High
>>> Sierra but, if you uncheck and recheck the checkbox, supposedly it sorts
>>> itself out. Perhaps it's worth a try.
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