Folding is having problems with the OS X Energy Saver again. I had the system set to go to Sleep after 3 hours of inactivity and the display Sleep set to 6 minutes. I left Folding running overnight. I came back the next day and found that the computer had been in Sleep for about seven hours. The work unit had been completed but had not been sent. It also seems that the display timer is incorrectly controlling the system timer. Unless I use "Never" for the system Sleep timer, the system goes to Sleep after about 7 minutes. When I log in to OS X and the Folding application loads, if I don't select "Display Protein" on the application's menu, the system will go to Sleep. The same thing happens if Folding finishes a work unit and is waiting to connect, is transferring data, or has just loaded a new unit. It wasn't a problem before because I've had other applications running, but if I leave just Folding and iChat running, the system goes to Sleep. Is the OS X Energy Saver broken?