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Touchpad sensitivity on MacBook Pro 13"

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Hi. I just purchased a new MacBook Pro 13' and really like it. One issue, however, is that I find that the touchpad is not as sensitive to tapping as my former Powerbook G4 touchpad. I seem to have to tap more than once to get the pad to recognize my "tap." Are there any others who have experienced this problem?


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