I saw there is actually some sort of thumb/palm rejection feature in BetterTouchTool, but I was curious if this actually applies to globally to all typing on a macbook
I just got a new 13" 2015 MBP and the keyboard is great, but I have kept on getting phantom clicks from my palm (I had tap to click turned on, turning it off helped a little bit), but I'm wondering if in fact BetterTouchTool does have full on palm rejection that is superior to Apple's (seemingly non-existent) palm rejection
One reason I'm writing this is so that others searching google could possibly have an easier time finding results when searching something the title I provided in this post (once again for the google bot: MacBook/macOS X Palm Rejection)
It seems I'm going to keep tap to click off for now (had an issue just while writing this), but hopefully BTT's palm rejection can make this issue a thing of the past for me!
If it doesn't work out I might... might just have to switch to a 2017 MacBook Air, which seems to be the last one with the older style Multi-touch/inertial trackpad where you can't really click down at the top of the trackpad