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OS 10.4 - Password after sleep, not screensaver


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Is there a way to make it so login password is required after waking from sleep but not after screensaver? I find it annoying to have to type in my password after leaving the laptop alone for a while constantly, but I want it to need password after waking from sleep.

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I guess this isn't possible then? Sorry for the triple post but I really would like to be able to do this :p
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kao,

I suppose that it has been something like 10 months, but while looking for an answer to someone else's same problem, I found your question as well. Here's the answer:

Password from sleep but.......

One last push!
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Not a problem, it was nice to help out.

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