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    Go to STANDBY without prompt

    Auto-close message box worked out good. Now I call this to send system into STANDBY mode:

    Code:
    CF_systemCommand(CF_Actions.STANDBY);
    How can I disable confirmation prompt ?

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    I can add a parameter to the SDK...

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    Quick question on the same topic: does CF catch system requests to Shutdown/Standby ? In power settings I enabled Standby after 3 minutes of inactivity while running on battery. However, 10-20 minutes later I came back and when turned on the screen I saw that CF was still running and showing confirmation dialog about Standby !

    Can you confirm that ?

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    it should not be doing this... I know it doesn't for shutdown, I will check...

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