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Lion problem: no wakeup on using mouse


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Anyone else noticed that after installation of new OS Lion that moving the mouse does not seem to wake up the iMac?

I also had a problem with the iMac recognizing USB additions to the USB hub that was resolved by getting OnyX to check and reset permissions (passed along as a tip).
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Same thing with the trackpad. Not sure if it's a feature or a bug. I have noticed that if you click it, it wakes right up.

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OK, I'll remember that one from now on. TNX.
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I seem to recall reading that this was a feature of Lion.


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