Yes...to both. I don't have my 'book with me, but there are some Cocoa functions that can achieve what you want (could be built in to the front end, or as a simple standalone "monitor"-type program). I will post an example project later tonight or tomorrow that has both methods. Also, when hooked to an external screen, the pBook requires "AC" power, correct? So if it is hooked to an external screen and loses its power, does it go to sleep or flip to internal screen (I can't remember)?Originally Posted by jtkellertx
One question though, if the book is sleeping, how to you push the wake up button? Or do you mean a physical Powermate type button?