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tuyop
Sep 14, 2006

Every second that we're not growing BASIL is a second wasted


Fun Shoe

Boris Galerkin posted:

2 questions

1) Is there a way to stop apps from being able to take over as the "current app"? Like, say I launch an app and then tab into Safari. I don't want that app I just launched to pop up and take over my keyboard functions when it finally opens. It's really god drat loving annoying.

2) Is it suppose to take "forever" to bring my 2018 MacBook Pro up from sleep mode? I've never timed it or anything but there is a very noticeable delay from when I open my laptop up and when the screen actually turns on and lets me touchID in. Compared to every other computer I've ever used where the screen turns on just about instantaneously when I hit the keyboard it's really noticeable. I feel like a $1500 laptop shouldn't be like this. I am on High Sierra.

Yeah my 2016 was always slower to wake than my MBA was. I never could figure out why.

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Housh
Jul 9, 2001





Yeah my 2016 takes a while to wake. Specially for the wifi antenna to turn on. My 2006 MacBook turns on and connects instantaneously. Snow Leopard >*

jokes
Dec 20, 2012
jokes

I had the same issue! I never could figure it out considering it basically only ran a browser, Microsoft office, and steam so it shouldn't have been some rogue program(s) doing it, but I was able to fix it by doing a fresh install which was always annoying.

AlternateAccount
Apr 25, 2005
FYGM

Toast Museum posted:

My understanding of how Macs and AD interact is pretty fuzzy, but that seems like a good fit for Jamf.

Tangential: is it Jamf or JAMF? I'm pretty sure I've seen both in their own content.

I dunno, I find that we've reached a point where actually joining the Mac to AD is very stable.

And Jamf is probably the best example of an amazing product with a completely lovely name.


edit: except people blitzing through the keychain password update prompt when they change their AD password.

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