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    Zřejmě jsem offtopic, ale přeci se zeptám:

    Po probuzení často nereaguje ukazatel myši. Sice se pohybuje, ale nedá se jím vyvolat jakákoliv akce (práce s nabídkou, okny – nedá se jim klikat). Po restartu vše funguje jak má. Nemáte zkušenost, jak tuto situaci vyřešit?

    Děkuji.

    To je sice mozna funkcni reseni, ale pokud se clovek pohybuje na vicero wifinach, tak se mu tam zase znovu ulozi. To budu porad promazavat a u kazde wifiny datlovat pokazde znovu heslo?

    Remove Network Configuration & Preference Files
    Manually trashing the network plist files should be your first line of troubleshooting. This is one of those tricks that consistently resolves even the most stubborn wireless problems on Macs of nearly any OS X version. This is particularly effective for Macs who updated to Yosemite that may have a corrupt or dysfunctional preference file mucking things up:
    Turn Off Wi-Fi from the Wireless menu item
    From the OS X Finder, hit Command+Shift+G and enter the following path:
    /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/
    Within this folder locate and select the following files:
    com.apple.airport.preferences.plist

    com.apple.network.identification.plist
    com.apple.wifi.message-tracer.plist
    NetworkInterfaces.plist
    preferences.plist
    Move all of these files into a folder on your Desktop called ‘wifi backups’ or something similar – we’re backing these up just in case you break something but if you regularly backup your Mac you can just delete the files instead since you could restore from Time Machine if need be
    Reboot the Mac
    Turn ON WI-Fi from the wireless network menu again
    This forces OS X to recreate all network configuration files. This alone may resolve your problems, but if you’re continuing to have trouble we recommend following through with the second step which means using some custom network settings.

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