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I think my new macbook pro's light sensor is too sensitive.

Even though I work under light(not so bright), keyboard backlight turns on..

but monitor bright is working well though

How can I work it out??

Isn't there any software to control sensor???
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Have you tried turning it off? I don't like the auto sensor for the screen and keyboard light so I just turn them off and adjust them manually myself. You can turn them off by going to your System Preferences.
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My keyboard light tend to stay in the last setting coming out of sleep if it was on full adapter power. So if I have it plugged in and in low lighting condition. I then put it to sleep. If I then go on battery power out of sleep, instead of have it plugged in, the keyboard light stays on high setting as if it's still on full adapter power. I just have to remember to dial it down manually.
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