Is it possible to edit whatever plist contains magic trackpad preferences (MacBook Pro 2023) on Ventura to increase the force required for regular click beyond what the "slider" in system settings allows? I'd like it if it was approximately 25% "harder" to click and the slider in system settings isn't adaquate. Additionally--where is the .plist governing trackpad settings on Ventura?
You can usually find the .plist file responsible for a given setting by changing the value in System Settings, and then sorting the view of
~/Library/Preferences by Modification Date.
(Ideally, sort the view first, then make the change.)
However, having seen some of the code that Apple engineers write, they would undoubtedly range-check the value, and wouldn't provide a hidden 'up to eleven' capability.