Yes, if the HES activation point is too close to the end of the rear trigger position in electronic mode, it will rely on the trigger flexing a bit to get to that activation point. If the trigger movement is enough to allow an activation and reset within the range of movement, then all you need to do is back out the trigger magnet. If the movement is too short, then you need to adjust the set screw on the trigger stop to allow more movement. If that set screw now causes the back of the trigger to hit the trigger rod, then you will need to adjust that as well.
If the trigger pull distance is fine but the break force for the trigger is too high, you can adjust the top magnets by using nonmagnetic shims under the magnet to reduce the magnetic force pulling the trigger forward.
Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.