I've just installed Alpine Linux with XFCE and I really like it, though one thing makes it nearly unusable for me. That's the fact that when I press the power button it immediately shuts off with no warning. This is a problem because on the laptop I'm using, the power button doesn't require much force applied to it to be activated and is in a position on the laptop that makes it very easy to accidentally press.
Is there a way to make it ask what to do when the button is pressed, akin to Ubuntu? All I could find in the settings manager is the option under
Power Manager -> Buttons -> When button is pressed: Ask, though this seems not to change the functionality of the power button at all. Am I missing something? Is the that menu in the power options supposed to change it, or is this the indented purpose of the power button?