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does anyone find the bit of the front of the laptop sharp(ish)
i always scrape my wrist on it...

should i rub it down because its beginning to annoy me ?
any suggestions welcome..
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Avenged Origami,

Probably the way I type (4 fingers ), I don't get my wrists near the edge of my Macbook... If it bothers you, why not "rub it down?" Maybe some light stroking on the sharp edges with an emery stick, then some 0000 steel wool or very fine sandpaper to finish it up a bit.

Just to make sure nothing gets into the joint where you "rub" (between the shell and the face), a piece of masking tape could also help.

I hope you can get it fixed OK...

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Avenged Origami,

Probably the way I type (4 fingers ), I don't get my wrists near the edge of my Macbook... If it bothers you, why not "rub it down?" Maybe some light stroking on the sharp edges with an emery stick, then some 0000 steel wool or very fine sandpaper to finish it up a bit.

Just to make sure nothing gets into the joint where you "rub" (between the shell and the face), a piece of masking tape could also help.

I hope you can get it fixed OK...

Noel
thanks i will try that , really annoying me now

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I can't even touch a computer without softflex gloves. The person next to me complained about the sharpness of her macbooks edges. Softflex cured it. yippy
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