Lungo prevents your Mac from falling asleep and your screen from dimming.
This can be useful when:
– Doing a presentation at work.
– Watching YouTube videos in non-fullscreen mode.
– Cooking and having the recipe open on your computer.
– Reading a long article without scrolling.
– Using the screen to view live stats.
– Monitoring progress on a long-running task.
– Right-click the menu bar icon to quickly activate.
– Choose to activate with left-click instead in the Preferences.
– Choose to activate at launch in the Preferences.
– Allow the display to sleep in the Preferences.
– Set the default duration in the Preferences, which is used when Lungo is activated by clicking the menu bar icon.
– Control Lungo from scripts or the terminal. (See the website for more info)
Important: Lungo will not prevent your Mac from sleeping if you close the lid. This is a Mac App Store limitation.
– Now requires macOS 10.13.
– Added “2 Hours” and “8 Hours” durations.
– Added “Allow Display to Sleep” setting. This will let the display sleep normally, but still keep your Mac from going to sleep.
– Added “Dim Icon When Deactivated” setting. This will make the icon dimmer when Lungo is deactivated to make the difference between the activated/deactivated state clearer.
– Added support for custom URL scheme. This is for advanced users that would like to script Lungo. Try running `$ open ‘lungo:activate?minutes=10’` in the Terminal app. See the Lungo website for more information.