Hi No problem here, Logitech M535 mouse.
On 14-10-2020 19:03, Peter Robinson wrote:
> 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.
The problem here is it could be very hardware/firmware dependent, not
just for the mouse but the controller as well. I have seen issues
across a bunch of BT devices that don't happen on others and that can
be very out of our control.
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