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Jul
20
answered Reserve a static IP address on an older Airport Extreme base station
Jul
17
answered Cannot purchase from Mac App Store (“Connection failure” msg)
Jul
16
answered Which are the default settings of the key repeat rate?
Jul
14
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Jul
14
answered Slow wakeup from sleep with 10.7.2
Jul
12
answered How do I change the global stylesheet of Safari from the command line on OS X?
Jul
11
answered Putting in RAM with a higher speed
Jul
11
comment Enable “standby mode” for MacBook Pros
What makes you believe they are different? The functionality is the same (save RAM to disk after a period of regular sleep). Even if different, shouldn't either the pmset standby or the article standby work?
Jul
10
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Jul
10
comment Enable “standby mode” for MacBook Pros
I think you might be wrong. From the pmset man page: "The setting standby will be visible in pmset -g if the feature is supported on this machine". Why would it be visible in pmset -g if it's not supported for my machine?
Jul
10
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Jul
10
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Jul
10
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Jul
10
revised pmset standby is missing
added a link to information where to find the macbooks that support standby mode
Jul
10
asked Enable “standby mode” for MacBook Pros
Jul
10
suggested suggested edit on pmset standby is missing
Jul
10
answered “Partition failed with error: Couldn't unmount drive”
Jul
9
comment Comparing MacBook Air sleep resume times
That's for HDD-based MacBooks. Please see support.apple.com/kb/HT4392, which applies to MacBooks that come with SSDs by default (2010 and later Airs and Pro Retinas).
Jul
9
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Jul
9
answered Comparing MacBook Air sleep resume times