Gnome is notorious for reducing user options in the GUI to a minimum. So if you want to use a solid color background instead of a wallpaper, your only option using the UI is to select an image of whatever color you want your desktop background to be.
As someone who does not like any distracting elements on the desktop, this feels tedious to me.
Fortunately, the functionality is still in the code.
I had a little hickup when I installed Fedora 34 on a machine with an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics adapter: the boot process got stuck after mounting /tmp. I assume this was caused by KVM, because booting in basic graphics mode worked flawlessly.
This is nothing to be worried about. The bootstick obviously just didn’t include the necessary microcode for this rather new GPU. Since Fedora is known for including such microcode in the update cycle of their current releases, I assumed a simple # dnf update might fix this after the installation.
I had a strange problem when I tried to install Windows 10 on a new machine yesterday:
I downloaded the Windows 10 ISO from the Microsoft website and used dd to create a bootable USB stick. I could actually boot from the stick but got a weird error message when starting the installation:
A media driver your computer needs is missing. This could be a DVD, USB or Hard disk driver.
If your React app’s scrolling seems off, it might actually have nothing to do with scrolling.