The icon in the status bar displays the current state if you see "" than AntiSleep activated and your Mac will not go to sleep, but if "" than AntiSleep is not active and your Mac will soon be able to sleep.
By default, by clicking on the icon in the status bar, a menu with settings opens. But in the settings there is the ability to set to this event the switching AntiSleep state. As a result, you get one click activation without having to go to the menu. In this case, the menu can be opened by double clicking or by pressing the right mouse button.
In this mode, the application is not visible in the status bar but it continues to work. To open the menu again you need to hold down the keys ⌘+⎇+⌃+⇧ (Command+Alt+Control+Shift) or double click in application icon.
If this option is enabled, then when the AntiSleep starts, the status bar item menu will open. If option Silent Mode is enabled then this option is activated, too.
For ease of use, shortens the menu, leaving only the most popular items. All settings previously installed continue to work.
This mode prevents system sleep. When display will off then the system will continue to work. But when you close the lid of your Mac Book it will switches to sleep mode.
Prevent external disks from idling into lower power states.
This mode prevents system and display sleep. But when you close the lid of your Mac Book it will switches to sleep mode and the display turns off.
This mode prevents the system and display sleep when the Macbook lid is opened. When you close the Macbook lid display is turn off but the system is still working. In this mode, I recommend connecting the power adapter.
System Sleep Timer
Display Sleep Timer 10.12+
Fade Display Timer
Deactivate Critical Battery Charge MacBook
Deactivate when Disconnect an AC Power MacBook
Deactivate when Disconnect Wi-Fi
Activate when Connect an AC Power MacBook PRO
Activate when Connect a Display PRO
Activate when Connect an External Disk PRO
Activate when Connect to Wi-Fi Network 10.13+ PRO
Lock Screen when Close Lid
Activate at Launch
Open at Login
Switches your Mac to sleep mode
Turns off the screen of your Mac. The system can continue its work.
Fade the display. The screen lights up again when the user does such actions as moving the mouse, pressing a key or the like. If the option "Automatically adjust brightness" is enabled in the system settings, the display may light up when the overall lighting changes.
Launches a screensaver.
Unmount and eject all external disks if possible
If this option enabled then when Mac begin to sleep the application will automatically unmount and eject all external disk if it possible.
To activate "AntiSleep", use the command
"turn on", optionally you can specify one of the following modes:
tell application "AntiSleep"
turn on mode display
"turn off" command disables "AntiSleep" and your Mac will now be able to sleep again
tell application "AntiSleep"
To deactivate "AntiSleep", use the deep link antisleep://deactivate
After quitting of the application, it can not affect the Mac sleep in any way. Sometimes other applications such as browsers, video players or the operating system can prevent the sleep of your Mac. Close all applications that you no longer use and wait a bit. Or put it into sleep mode manually.
Launch Terminal.app (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app)
Run the command
pmset -g assertions
All the capabilities of the command
pmset can be found by running the command
man pmset in terminal
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