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Discussion in 'macOS' started by GloveSlap415, Dec 23, 2008.
All of a sudden, it's not letting me set the optimization in the menu bar...
Have you updated to 10.5.6 ?, as that might be the reason
Same here. I'm in 10.5.6 but I checked on a new MBP with 10.5.5 and it had the same problem.
I dunno then after the update i lost my optimization settings in the menu bar
I did update to 10.5.6.
But I could have sworn I was still able to set the energy setting within the menu bar itself after the update. Maybe, I'm delusional.
I think if you look in one of the 10.5.6 updates threads its a feature that went missing after the update, so maybe you are delusional
That feature is non-existent on the Unibody machines.
Also any older MB/MBPs update to 10.5.6 will not show that option anymore. unless you go to Energy preferences.
Well, I just updated to 10.5.6 and figured this out too.
I used this feature all the time. Is there not a way to get it back? Replace the 10.5.6 menu extra from 10.5.5?
I put together a work-around for this problem:
I just reinstalled Leopard from my newly delivered Mac Box Set.
Surprise! The menu options are back, and I have the new CFL light bulb icon on the Energy Saver preference pane.
The build that ships on the new disc is 10.5.6 Build 9G66, compared to 9G55 that is available through Software Update.