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My brand new 2020 MacBook Pro also does it. I think it is the edges of my thumbs where they meet the palms accidentally touching the track pad when typing. Anyone know how to lower the sensitivity to that kind of accidental touching? there really isn’t a way to type on the keyboard without touching the trackpad, that I can see. I already have the sensitivity for clicks set to firm.
-I’ve read above and now have also unchecked tap to click. Will see if that makes a difference?
+I’ve read above and now have also unchecked tap to click. Will see if that makes enough of a difference?

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-My brand new 2020 MacBook Pro also does it. I think it is the edges of my thumbs where they meet the palms accidentally touching the track pad when typing. Anyone know how to lower the sensitivity to that kind of accidental touching? there really isn’t a way to type on the keyboard without touching the trackpad, that I can see.
+My brand new 2020 MacBook Pro also does it. I think it is the edges of my thumbs where they meet the palms accidentally touching the track pad when typing. Anyone know how to lower the sensitivity to that kind of accidental touching? there really isn’t a way to type on the keyboard without touching the trackpad, that I can see. I already have the sensitivity for clicks set to firm.
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+I’ve read above and now have also unchecked tap to click. Will see if that makes a difference?

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My brand new 2020 MacBook Pro also does it.  I think it is the edges of my thumbs where they meet the palms accidentally touching the track pad when typing.  Anyone know how to lower the sensitivity to that kind of accidental touching?  there really isn’t a way to type on the keyboard without touching the trackpad, that I can see.

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