trackpad problems

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Pedromiguel20, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. Pedromiguel20 macrumors member

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    Hey all, I just need to make sure about a few thugs before returning my MacBook because of scratches that ce with it, the slanted keys that fortunapey realigned after a day and a trackpad issue

    So here's the thing

    I think my trackpad isn't rightly aligned ( I raid the other topic on that)
    I can't click on the right and left top of the track like I normally would on tv bttom. Normal? An the gestures aren't responsive. I know how to use them had an air for six months and used them all the time.
     
  2. Pedromiguel20 thread starter macrumors member

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    and for a dead pixel. The screen is excellent when faced front but pike pointed before it's crap on any angles. The built number wasn't like the others that I raid about.
     
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  4. mcdj macrumors 604

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    you are not supposed to click on the top of the trackpad. think of the top as the hinge.
     
  5. Pedromiguel20 thread starter macrumors member

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    When Steve was saying "thing of the trackpad a a button" i tought that everthing was a button but okay .
     
  6. Yr Blues macrumors 68020

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    Yeah, Steve says a lot of BS, so it's good for you to check around. Remember, only a fanboy would ingest all of the spin and marketing.

    I'm sure you'll get used to the trackpad now that the concept is defined better. I can't wait for the Rev B.
     
  7. mcdj macrumors 604

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    I highly doubt they'll change the trackpad action in rev b.
     
  8. Yr Blues macrumors 68020

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    You're right, they left the Mighty Mouse alone even though there are inherent problems with it.

    I do love the no button concept, as long as they tweak it and make it better.

    I just wish they'd fix the "false positives" on the tap-touch. It's always doing stuff that I don't want it to do—well I'm still on a WhiteBook, so not sure if the new MacBooks have the same problem.

    I do like that you can program different areas on the trackpad.
     

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