I am new in GNOME, I used to use KDE Plasma but on my Laptop I recently installed openSUSE GNOME edition and I really like it, especially the simplicity of the GNOME DE.
However, some things I find “strange” and I am not sure whether this is “normal” or a “bug” on my system.
Bluetooth settings in SysTray/Quick Menu:
- I rarely use Bluetooth on my laptop (only when I connect my Bluetooth mouse or headset, which is very seldom). As such, I want to have it deactivated most of the time: so I did disable it in the Quick-Sys-Tray menu but it does not remember it after a reboot. It is always activated as default… it seems to be. So I have to manually deactivate on every single boot-up. This can’t be right, right? Or is it on purpose ?
Connect a new WiFi over the SysTray Quick-Menu:
2) Next, with connecting a new WiFi : When I tried it the first time over the Sys-Tray-Quick-Menu it allows me to do so but eventually It won’t connect. First I thought I typed in the wrong password (like 10 times or so) until I recognized that apparently the quick-menu doesn’t have the necessary “rights” to do so, which is very confusing - why even provide that possibility when it doesn’t work?. So I did have to go over the normal settings menu to connect a new WiFi.
This this behavior of the GNOME Sys-Tray-Quick Settings normal?
I was just wondering and if so, I would appreciate if someone can confirm that whether this is “normal”.