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Possibly fix sleep problems associated with AirPort
Authored by: johnsawyercjs on Jan 16, '09 06:19:26AM
Here's a little Applescript that I wrote to put a Mac to sleep, and make it go back to sleep if it wakes up (via a "repeat" loop), unless you tell it to stay awake by pressing the Return key, or clicking the app's "Cancel" button. Paste this into Script Editor, and save it as an Application; in Script Editor's "Save" dialog, de-select the options "Run Only" and "Stay Open":

	display dialog "Cancel sleep? (auto-sleep after 40 seconds)
	(hold down Return key to cancel)" buttons {"Cancel", "Sleep"} default button 1 giving up after 40
	(*You can vary the time to something other than 40 seconds,but less time than 20 seconds often makes*)
	(*the script put the Mac to sleep even if you press the Cancel button or Return key immediately after wake*)
	set the button_pressed to the button returned of the result
	if the button_pressed is "" or the button_pressed is "Sleep" then
		tell application "System Events" to sleep
	end if
end repeat

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