I received my first MacBook Pro with a Touchbar yesterday and am already finding some bizarre changes to the way Mac OS seems to operate. IN particular, I am forced into what I can only describe as an arcane manner of logging in. Once the Mac boots up, I have to press the Touch ID button three times to access VoiceOver. But I'm not simply getting Voice Over: I'm getting the full accessibility shortcut screen. (I've disabled these options from appearing in Mac OS itself, but apparently this does not apply to the Login screen.) Once I've selected Voice OVer as my only accessibility feature, I hit done...and am placed into a kind of limbo. Voice Over identifies said limbo as "universal access control" and is helpful enough to inform me that it has no windows. The only way to return to the login screen itself from here is to click somewhere--apparently anywhere. Though this is workable, it strikes me as needlessly tedious. Has anyone discovered a workaround to this?