First of all thank you for your work!
I have only one issue after setting up everything.
I am using an external monitor connecting to the nvidia card trough minidisplay port.
As far as I know there is no way to make that screen work when I’m in intel-only mode since the nvidia card is deactivated. I’m fine with this and it was an expected behaviour.
That being said, when I activate the nvidia card and reboot, the external monitor works perfectly.
Here is the catch. The laptop monitor is blank. It probably has something to do with the fact that the laptop monitor was set to disabled (trough KDE - system settings-display and monitor, external monitor is set to primary) since I don’t need it when the external monitor is connected, the lid is closed anyway.
It seems, it stays disabled when the monitor is not connected tough.
This is what Xrandr says:
the laptop screen is eDP-1-1
What I tried:
Enabling the laptop screen when the external monitor is connected trough system setting - display and monitor. I get the following error message:
"Sorry, your configuration could not be applied.
Common reasons are that the overall screen size is too big, or you enabled more displays than supported by your GPU."
nomode settings kernel flags - xrandr can’t see eDP-1-1 anymore
-Forcing the monitor on trough xrandr. While it kinda works it’s more like a wonky workaround.
I manually have to add mode-s and can’t seem to set the laptop screen refresh rate to 120hz, which was working fine before. Also it only works if the monitor is connected