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Actually, I just got a new Macbook Pro 2015 today Feb 3rd 2016, and prior to that I was using macbook Air 2015 for a week, both were brand new. I don't know why but the macbook Pro's touchpad and keyboard seem to be slightly more robust, smooth and responsive as if there was a cheaper version on the Macbook Air version...[ Though that sense of difference of ...


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Same issue here but I resolved it with a PRAM reset.


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I believe this is triggered when you have the cursor over the dock... three fingers down over a window shows all the similar windows open.. three fingers down when the cursor is over the dock hides everything including anything on the deskop.


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Go to System Preferences -> Accessibility and uncheck 'Shake mouse pointer to locate'


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Sounds like a swollen battery. Same thing happened to me last year, fixed when I replaced the dying battery.


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Its a new feature in El Capitan to help you find your cursor in the screen ... its basically for old people.


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So, I solved it by going back to OSX, removed the trackpad from the Bluetooth settings, then disabled bluetooth. I paired the trackpad with a tablet to test, and it paired, so I logged back to windows 10, then it paired with the '0000' code. Strange, but it worked.


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Smooth scrolling is dependent on the application. TextEdit does offer smooth scrolling when paging through a long document. BBEdit 11 does not. Apple's developer WWDC 2013 talk below is aimed at helping developers to achieve this: Optimizing Drawing and Scrolling on OS X Creating a responsive app requires fast drawing and smooth scrolling. Discover ...


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Two-finger scroll stopped working for me after awaking from a low-battery induced hibernate/sleep. I was able to fix the problem by manually going into sleep and then back out of sleep.



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