Hey guys and girls i recently bought a new iBook and connected it to an external display. Anyways as i have the external display connected i do not require the iBook's screen to be used when connected and therefore was wondering if there was any way to close the lid of the iBook without putting it to sleep. As i need more desktop space. Ive searched many sites and still have found no answers. i believe there is a way as i saw a powerbook lid closed and connected to a Cinema display. Unless only the Powerbook can do this. Thanks for your time and info.