Re: Prevent Mac from sleeping
dprlemon wrote:I never saw this when using Version 4 and the 2414U. Also I've noticed that recently my timed events stopped executing. I'm assuming it's because my system was asleep? Is that normal? As I said, I never noticed it with version 4 and the older PowerLink that I was using.
Yes, the 2413U doesn't support any type of standalone operation. Indigo has to be running (and your Mac awake) for it to execute schedules and triggers. You can still have your display put to sleep of course, but the Mac will need to be awake for Indigo to continue to do its processing.