I replaced my 2013 13" MacBook Air with a 2018 MacBook Pro 15" touch bar model. I'm enjoying everything about it but.... My trackpad is super sensitive. I've always enabled "tap to click" in the trackpad settings. I much prefer it to actually pressing to click. But the trackpad is so sensitive on the Pro that I'm having problems. I am a visual typer. I cant type without looking at the keys. But if I just barely brush the (very large) trackpad with my hand or wrist, the cursor jumps to wherever the pointer is on the screen. By the time I look up from the keys, I'm typing in some random place on the screen! Its really hard to get anything done when the cursor is jumping all around, inserting text in random places. I've tried hovering when I type, but eventually I'll brush the trackpad. I have the "click sensitivity" set to firm, but that doesn't seem to help. It's not "tap" sensitivity, so I get that. Is there any way to change the "tap" sensitivity? Ive turned off "tap to click" and of course the problem goes away. But I'm having a really hard time adjusting to actually clicking. I want to tap again! Any help?