long, computer :(
there is a fiddly thing in my laptop where when you close the lid the keyboard keys, uh, sink in to the bezel so that they're flush.
i had my keyboard replaced due to uh minor liquid penetration uhh like six months ago and the keyboard didn't do that "rise-and-fall" any more. the laptop would wake up in my bag whenever i went out with it, and the pressure of the keys was damaging the display.
it's this spring-loaded mechanism attached to the display hinge, really clever thing, it drives a pin in and out when you close and open the display. that was installed incorrectly, and unsurprisingly so, it turns out i have to install the display to the bezel with it indexed to like 80-90 degrees. logistically obnoxious. and of course i realized this *after* i took out the keyboard, all forty 1mm screws.
but now my laptop feels better when it's closed
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