I’ve recently gotten the touchpad module for the UHK and left keycluster. One thing I’ve noticed is that if my Macbook is in sleep mode clicking the left mouse button and moving the trackpad does not wake up my laptop the way my moving my real mouse does. Anyone come across a configuration setting I can do to fix this?
I’ve also noticed this, I see the same behaviour on my Macbook, it is a bit annoying. I have not found any solution either, if anyone has tips it would be appreciated.
I’m a little surprised considering my wireless mouse is able to trigger wake-up but wired UHK which in most other ways emulates a hardware mouse/touchpad. Seems like even just the base UHK would be capable with mouse key… actually I thought it was just based on “is their activity on the mouse” (apparently not?)
Do your regular UHK keys wake up your Macbook?
Actually, I’ve gone back and tried to reproduce this again several times and it seems to be working (maybe there is a “deeper” sleep the MacBook can go into that i’m not simulating with my tests). Anyhow I’m able to wake up my Macbook now both using the touchpad as well as the mouse buttons below the left key cluster. If I can figure out a simple way to repro I’ll post again here… I was pretty sure I was seeing some scenario where I couldn’t wake but for some reason not right now
Been still noticing this happening from time to time and trying to come up with a reliable repro case to describe it.
This isn’t a perfect description but it seems that on my MacBook there must be a “deep sleep” that the UHK cannot wake it up from when my logitech mouse can. It happens mostly when I’ve been away from my Macbook Pro for hours for example first thing in the morning after it has been sitting there all night. Is there possibly some USB deep wakeup that perhaps the logitech has implemented but the UHK has not?
I don’t know of the mentioned deep sleep. Can you consistently reproduce the issue? If so, we could use a step-by-step description.