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  • No hiberbate or standby?

    Is it just me doing something wrong, or will frodoplayer not go into hibernation or standby if I have something else running (specifically netstumbler and mappoint)?

    All it does is stop the music, and then look at me until I close netstumbler/mappoint and then hit the button again.

    I figured I better say something before Frodo 1.09 comes out, in case it something more serious.
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    It isn't Frodoplayer stopping it from going into hibernation. Possibly drivers or your other programs. I have several applications open with Frodo and it always hibernates.
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    • #3
      If you are signalling hibernate from WITHIN frodoplayer, there is an option
      in the settings to force it.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by kiltjim
        Is it just me doing something wrong, or will frodoplayer not go into hibernation or standby if I have something else running (specifically netstumbler and mappoint)?
        .

        Its netstumbler. Its a 'feature' in netstumbler not to allow the computer to go into hubernate. I hate it and wish netstumbler had the option of on/off

        Gonna try the force with FP and see.

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