Not sure if it's helpful:
Fedora 33 XFCE, so I'm not sure if this information is applicable.
Two Bluetooth mice, "Motorola Bluetooth mouse" and Logitech "Bluetooth
Laser Travel Mouse"
Both start up fine after suspend. (Mice left powered on)
Apple Bluetooth mouse a1197
Seems more finicky, did pick back up after suspend. Also left on.
Let me know if other details are desired. I'll do what I can.
On Wed, Oct 14, 2020 at 12:33 PM Adam Williamson <adamwill(a)fedoraproject.org>
A new proposed blocker bug showed up today:
the issue is that if you have a bluetooth mouse working, then suspend
the system, when you resume the bluetooth mouse will not be working any
more. You have to go into the GNOME Bluetooth settings applet to get it
to work again.
So far we have two reports, but they happened to have the exact same
mouse. Can other folks who have bluetooth mice (and even, perhaps,
other bluetooth hardware - keyboards, headsets?) - ideally different
ones! - please test this and report their findings either here or to
the bug? It's important to know what range of hardware this affects.
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