Major keyboard issues

Discussion in 'macOS Mojave (10.14)' started by kappaknight, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. kappaknight macrumors 68000

    kappaknight

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    I'm not sure whether I should file this under Mojave or the new 2018 rMBP, but wanted to see if anyone else was experiencing this before I submit a feedback to Apple.

    I currently have a late 2013 rMBP, but work has also given me a new 2018 rMBP w/ the Touch Bar.

    I'm noticing a lot of times when I need to type a word with a Capital letter, I will type, and when I look up, for whatever reason that first letter will be placed at the end of the line. It's as if the system will jump back a space after I type a SHIFT-letter key. Again, not sure if it's the keyboard, the larger trackpad, or the software, but I recently noticed it on my late 2013 rMBP too... so maybe it's the software?

    Sometimes the cursor will also randomly jump while I'm typing. (e.g. if I highlighted a block of text to replace, and start typing after the text has been highlighted, the replacement text sometimes will randomly appear out of place.)

    Another thing I noticed is that Copy and Paste isn't functioning like it's supposed to. I would copy something from Excel and try to paste it into a browser, but what gets copied is from a few items ago. I would have to hit COMMAND-C a few times to lock my text in, before being able to paste it. Is this a new feature for multi-copy selects? If so, I'm using it wrong.

    Anyway - anyone else seeing issues like this, or can help me resolve? I don't recall having been frustrated by OSX for a long time, but I'm actually reaching that level now.
     
  2. Sumleilmus macrumors member

    Sumleilmus

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    Cursor jumping can be from intermittent touches of the TouchPad, unintended touches of which the user is unaware.

    Can you adjust the TouchPad sensitivity?
     

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