Is there a usb signal I can send on TX that will generate a response from the computer on the RX only if the computer is active/not a wall usb power supply? I'm trying to use the Remote library when a button is pressed and sometimes it won't work because the computer is off/asleep/etc and in those instances I would like the arduino to behave differently but because I have no way of knowing if the USB power is coming from the wall or passively from a computer that's off or actively from a computer that's on, I can't know what behavior to take.
To be clear about the application in mind: Right now I have a device that sends keyboard signals to my computer using a modified version of Stefan Jones' modified USBAPI.h and HID.cpp files. It works fine but if you restart the computer you have to manually unplug and replug in the arduino to get it to work again. This is necessary every restart, is rather annoying, and adds unnecessary wear to the connector. This is also necessary if the arduino is connected before the OS has loaded. Additionally there are some LEDs on the device (not talking about the diagnostic lights on the arduino itself) that stay lit up at night even when the computer is off. If I could detect when the computer is off/unconnected it would be trivial to fix this.