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Avoid screen saver unwanted pressure


@billko wrote:

I would actually recommend "switch/latch when released".  This is the "usual" way a button works.


Command buttons should be set to Latch When Released.  Settings buttons should be Switch When Pressed.

 

And I am with Jeff here, just disable the screen saver and all of these problems go away.  And while you are mucking with these settings, make sure the computer never goes into sleep mode either (was just burned by this on Monday).


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And I am with Jeff here, just disable the screen saver and all of these problems go away. 

But we have sevaral devices in out factory that works 24/7 and for 24/7 the screens are turned off, i would not like them to be turned on!

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@crossrulz wrote:

@billko wrote:

I would actually recommend "switch/latch when released".  This is the "usual" way a button works.


Command buttons should be set to Latch When Released.  Settings buttons should be Switch When Pressed.

 

And I am with Jeff here, just disable the screen saver and all of these problems go away.  And while you are mucking with these settings, make sure the computer never goes into sleep mode either (was just burned by this on Monday).


And after all of my posts on windows power saving settings?  Tim, that earns you a post FULL of embarrassed emojis!


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@JÞB wrote:

@crossrulz wrote:

@billkoAnd while you are mucking with these settings, make sure the computer never goes into sleep mode either (was just burned by this on Monday).

And after all of my posts on windows power saving settings?  Tim, that earns you a post FULL of embarrassed emojis!


I knew I was going to get crap from you by making that statement.  I had just formatted the computer, got in a hurry, and forgot to change the sleep settings.  But I did remember to disable the USB suspend option.  Just adding to the checklist of things to do to new computers...


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Not a CLA

 

But I can teach them 

 

You can save, edit and import power profiles on windows.   Perhaps I-thingys too but, l don't play with Apples unless I'm juggling them. 

 

Yes, I can juggle apples or magic 8-Balls


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@JÞB wrote:

Not a CLA

 

But I can teach them 


You didn't teach me.  I learned from my own idiocy.


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@crossrulz wrote:

@JÞB wrote:

Not a CLA

 

But I can teach them 


You didn't teach me.  I learned from my own idiocy.


Failed to listen......

 

My own idiocic mistakes should not be repeated.  Lol


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@gepponline wrote:

@crossrulz

And I am with Jeff here, just disable the screen saver and all of these problems go away. 

But we have sevaral devices in out factory that works 24/7 and for 24/7 the screens are turned off, i would not like them to be turned on!


Turn them back on! The monitor consumes 99% of its max energy just in standby.  The power to drive the LCD display is chump change


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@JÞB

Turn them back on! The monitor consumes 99% of its max energy just in standby.  The power to drive the LCD display is chump change


1% for billion of PC will save the world 🙂

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