KDE Plasma 5.20 Desktop Gets First Point Release, 45 Changes Included

KDE Plasma 5.20.1 is here only a week after the launch of KDE Plasma 5.20, which is one of the biggest and most polished releases of all time, to fix various annoyances or issues that might block the Plasma desktop from functioning correctly. There are several Wayland fixes in this first point release to prevent the session from crashing when killing XWayland, correctly clip the mouse cursor clip, and forcing windows to re-open in the same state they were before being closed. Also improved in KDE Plasma 5.20.1 is the hamburger menu in the Audio Volume applet for individual apps, which now works again, as well as the Sound page in System Settings, which now displays the right output for a multi-output device in the output combobox of the respective audio device.