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On Dec 30, 2007, at 2:33 PM, Terry Lambert wrote:
On Dec 29, 2007, at 3:35 AM, Andrew James <email@hidden> wrote:Hi,How do i cancel a sleep event from happening, along with things like the lid closing and causing a sleep.
You wouldn't convince me of that unless you could show me documentation, as Apple condones and tell everybody that they can run with an external display and keyboard & have the lid closed.
I think his goal is to be able to have the machine keep running instead of going to sleep. I can say as one that want the feature (not bug), that I have a bug report requesting the ability to run with the lid closed. If I recall correctly the bug wasn't marked closed, works as intended, or anything like that; but is still open. I don't like having to leave my lid open so my laptop can be sitting on my desk downloading a 1GB file over a slow DSL connection, or doing some lengthy data processing. I would prefer to have it closed (even if my fans had to continuously run to keep my MacBook cool enough.
Telling everybody that want this 'feature' that it's bad or impossible isn't being nice.
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