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Please add the ability for the TV to signal a connected computer that it is off when it is off.  I know it has the capability because it briefly tells the computer it is off when you turn it back on.  Or even better have it go to standby when the HDMI signal goes away and then turn back on when the power returns.   

 

In other words, have it function just like your monitors do when you hook it to a computer.

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