I've just updated my MacBook Pro Retina Early 2015 to Mojave via Apple Beta Software Program.

Everything works smoothly except the Trackpad.

Tap with one or tap with two or three fingers work as usual, but click with two fingers became extremely hard. I need to push my two fingers with more than usual pressure to make it work.

My trackpad settings are shown below.

How can I make click with two fingers as soft as before? Thanks.

Version: 10.14 Beta (18A314k)

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    Please see this question and answers regarding asking questions about Apple's beta software. You'll need to edit your question to include the relevant info regarding version/build and hardware type.
    – fsb
    Jun 27, 2018 at 15:39
  • FWIW I have exactly the same issue, so I assume it's a bug?
    – Epaga
    Jul 4, 2018 at 9:46
  • Same problem here. Macbook Air Mid-2012. Secondary click tapping two fingers doesnt work anymore. I need to press the touchpad (and hear a mechanical click) to work. Jul 16, 2018 at 18:12
  • Im having the same issues. Do you still experience them?
    – flindeberg
    Sep 18, 2018 at 12:07
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    I have the same problem in the stable built. Sep 26, 2018 at 8:13

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Not sure if this would solve the issue but you could try and pass by the Apple store or certified repair center and see if they could help you recalibrate the trackpad.

Service centers have tools to calibrate trackpads. I've been an Apple Certified Mac Technician for 6 years and we do this every time a machine has been opened.

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