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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Kris Rodriguez (oy detayları) ,

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Adjusting the trackpad, currently isn't straight (or doesn't click).

Metin:

After apple changed the top & bottom case of my 11" air (cos it was creaking and very bent) not only did they forget to connect my left speaker, the trackpad didn't click. I connected the speaker myself and tightened the one screw of the trackpad, now it clicks nicely. But tightening the screw pushed the trackpad out of the topcase, obviously only at the front side of the laptop. How can I have the best of both worlds, a nice clicking trackpad that sits nicely in the topcase, in other words, is there another way to adjust the trackpad?

Cihaz:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2012

Durum:

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Kabul Edilen Cevap:

108307

Düzenleyen: oldturkey03 (oy detayları) ,

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Adjusting the trackpad, currently isn't straight (or doesn't click).

Metin:

After apple changed the top & bottom case of my 11" air (cos it was creaking and very bent) not only did they forget to connect my left speaker, the trackpad didn't click. I connected the speaker myself and tightened the one screw of the trackpad, now it clicks nicely. But tightening the screw pushed the trackpad out of the topcase, obviously only at the front side of the laptop. How can I have the best of both worlds, a nice clicking trackpad that sits nicely in the topcase, in other words, is there another way to adjust the trackpad?

Cihaz:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2012

Durum:

open

Kabul Edilen Cevap:

+108307

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: lucvand ,

Başlık:

Adjusting the trackpad, currently isn't straight (or doesn't click).

Metin:

After apple changed the top & bottom case of my 11" air (cos it was creaking and very bent) not only did they forget to connect my left speaker, the trackpad didn't click. I connected the speaker myself and tightened the one screw of the trackpad, now it clicks nicely. But tightening the screw pushed the trackpad out of the topcase, obviously only at the front side of the laptop. How can I have the best of both worlds, a nice clicking trackpad that sits nicely in the topcase, in other words, is there another way to adjust the trackpad?

Cihaz:

MacBook Air 11" Mid 2012

Durum:

open