This seems to be a bug in the latest update of alacritty. The issue is still unknown as of today (1st Jan 2021). However, to fix the problem, you simply have to roll-back the alacritty config file located at ~/.config/alacritty/alacritty.yml.
right click on desktop → Configure Desktop and Wallpaper → Mouse Actions. Left mouse button is not there by default so just use the Add Action button to add action for left click (when prompted for input just left click on the button).
KDE's bluetooth manager bluedevil seems to have failed due to this error: [...] kf.bluezqt: PendingCall Error: Authentication Failed".
You could try a few other GUIs listed here, such as blueman. (You can install them with your package manager.) Don't install gnome-control-center if you're not using GNOME though.
If they don't work either try this:
Kate is not exactly a rich text editor, it's more of a code editor. The features you're describing (hyperlinking, tagging) are a better fit for a rich text editor or a wiki / knowledge base software.
This is not the Software Recommendations SE which would be better suited for this, but nonetheless, here are a few options, each for a different use case:
"Power management configuration module could not be loaded.
The Power Management Service appears not to be running.
This can be solved by starting or scheduling it inside "Startup and Shutdown"
Refers to /etc/xdg/autostart
In powerdevil.desktop you'll see "
Run that in a ...