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is there anyway to turn the screen off and keep playing iTunes
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what do you mean? like hide iTunes, or actually turn the screen off?

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i have my desktop in my bedroom. i have software that will turn the machine on in the morning and play an Itune play list. it also will play a list to put you to sleep but the display stays on.
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why not turn the display backlight off and when the screen is on theres no light and you'd still have ur music?
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i have my desktop in my bedroom. i have software that will turn the machine on in the morning and play an Itune play list. it also will play a list to put you to sleep but the display stays on.
Set your sleep timer. Just go to the Energy Saver Prefs and click Schedule. Put to a time where you think you might fall asleep before that time. Then, your computer will go to sleep after you fall asleep.

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