While I am stoked to be using a cutting-edge, free, open-source operating system I have run into a few issues. I don’t know if I’d do better making an individual thread for each of these issues or not, but here goes!
I used to use an Xfce, Debian-based distro where in the “save file” menu there was a “recently used” location in the left hand frame. I found this extremely time-saving when saving screen caps on many different topics. For part of the day I’m researching how to do my spark plug change, later on I’m saving some funny memes, and those health tips can’t be left to simply evaporate! Is there a way of adding this feature to my OS?
The mouse cursor is too small and doesn’t respond to changing the settings.
I don’t like how separate windows of the same program are nested into one tab on the panel. Multiple workspaces solves this issue of clutter - no need to do this! Is there a switch to change it back to normal?
Number lock seems to be off by default… which makes my habit of going to the number pad not-so-efficient anymore.
The Adiwata icon theme has a broken icon for the panel volume knob
The cursor size only works in larger steps. So while there is no difference when setting a size between 16 and 30, when you increase it further, the cursor becomes bigger after a certain step (this might also depend on the cursor theme I guess). So try some larger steps, like 31, 43, 50…