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MacBook Pro - MBP screen auto adjust??


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Hi

I am new to Mac and purchased a MBP one month ago. While i am using my mac with charger. Sometime the bright of the mac's screen is auto adjust like from bright to a little dark and sometime from dark to brighter.

Sorry if I asked a silly quesion but I would like to know that is it something wrong with my MBP or the MBP is made like that?

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MBP 2,4ghz core 2 duo
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nope. To correct go into system prefs > displays> and check/uncheck the box at the bottom that says ambient light sensor. it is a normal power-saver feature.

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Agreed - this is the first feature of the laptop I turned off. Nice idea iF you have small hands that never cover the sensors... otherwise the screen is all over the place.
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Thank you guys
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as if it wasn't answered already... made like that :]
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