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Disable Bluetooth or disconnect Bluetooth connections when lid is closed

You can automate this using BetterTouchTool - automations (https://folivora.ai/): note: Don't be afraid to pay $20 for the whole tool, it will pay for itself in no time. The tool is must have for ...
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Preventing MacBook from sleeping when closing lid on Sierra

One possibility is to completely disable sleep using sudo pmset disablesleep 1. However, after doing this you can't even manually issue the Sleep command from the Apple menu. Sleep mode becomes ...
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Is there any way to set a MacBook Pro to not sleep when you close the lid?

This isn't a perfect solution IMO, but it's the closest I've found without installing a third party program. You can completely disable sleep using sudo pmset disablesleep 1. However, after doing this ...
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How to allow screen sleep (but keep WiFi up, under Power Adapter)?

Control shift eject (or F12 if your keyboard lacks a media eject key or power button) sleeps the display(s) immediately which turns off the display and backlight. The system will stay running after ...
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How can I stop a bluetooth keyboard from waking my Macbook Pro?

For Logitech-Options users: Try either removing the permissions in System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Input Monitoring > Logitech Options Daemons or Try installing &...
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Can I make my MacBook remain sleeping when normal wake events happen for as long as the lid is closed?

I unplug the cable and let it sleep in this case. At work, I have a Logitech MX Keys keyboard and mouse and will sometimes unplug that USB Radio Dongle to keep it asleep as I want it to run but not ...
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