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Hi all,

Please help me to solve the following problem.

I have got a macbook pro and every time i log in to mac the screen brightness is put to maximum. Even if I lower the brightness, the next time I restart the computer it is put to the highest by default.
I've got windows vista installed. Vista remembers the screen brightness level and I don't have to adjust it every time I log in.

So my question is "How can I adjust this in Leopard?"

Thank you (even if you don't answer. At least you gave a look at my post)
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Hello, system preferences >>displays>> adjust the slide.

Hope it helps..
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Hello, system preferences >>displays>> adjust the slide.

Hope it helps..
Yeah you are right, but after restart the slider changes to maximum level again.
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there is a tool you can buy off apple it really helps i will try to find the name

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there is also a checkbox in the display preference pane...if u want to manually control brightness uncheck it...should remain the same after that till you adjust it...
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thanx everyone
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