As mentioned in a separate thread I’ve installed popOS on my wife notebook and she currently isn’t too happy with it. These are the issues that annoy her the most. (Info: She has a convertible and almost exclusively uses the notebook like a tablet via the touchscreen).
- The power button does not turn the display off but rather, asks whether to shut down the system. Is there a way to quickly turn the display off?
- Firefox’ can not be used with the touchscreen. First it selects/highlights stuff instead of scrolling and second every keystroke has to be made twice, because the onscreen keyboard loses focus.
- The onscreen keyboard ignores the language used on the system. It is just an English QWERY keyboard. Furthermore, there are not function keys like
tab, stuff like that. Also, the default keyboard does not highlight pressed buttons, which can be confusing when inputing a password.
- The screen is more flickery than on Windows. I.e. when the screen is rotated it is (seemingly) black for a longer duration than on WIndows. Furthermore, when the notebook is moved around the screen sometimes flickers shortly.
Please help me make my wife more satisfied with popOS (and GNOME) for that matter