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    menace3054
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    how do i stop my display from dimmng?
    its been a while since ive had a powerbook... my display seems to dim after about a minute or two of inactivity. how do i stop this from happening? i looked under energy saver, and didnt seen anything about dimming..

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    Merlinblack
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    I belielive it is in conjunction witht he "putting display to sleep" option at about half the time that the display is going to be put to sleep it dims it.

    So, to make it not dim at all I have no idea however to increase the dimming time just increase the display's leep time.

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    how do i stop my display from dimmng?
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    Apple Menu > System Prefrences > Energy Saver > Options then uncheck the box for "Automatically reduce brightness of display before display sleep"

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    menace3054
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamindaines
    Apple Menu > System Prefrences > Energy Saver > Options then uncheck the box for "Automatically reduce brightness of display before display sleep"

    danke!

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