hi there am billey frm the netherlands, am on linux now for a good 20 years, but still consider myself an average user.
started out on Ubuntu and seen some distros over time, none really stuck, but last few years i got real feeling for the terminal and now am on a ubu & arch distros all the time, for work i have to support ppl on windows machines and they are always suprised why i need SSH and such to get in the deeps over there. i mean.. desktop is fine but slow on things like teamviewer. i love that linux is TUI and CLI first.
ofcourse i have my issues with the majaro desktops too.
the biggest; my eye sight is bad.
i NEED!! a global dark theme, and with flatpaks, or even the normal manjaro install it is still a real hassle to get it al back backgronds with white text.
so thats the number 1 thing i like so see improved ASAP for all the distro flavors. before booting you need have an option... eg. choose white-on-black OR boot your system with a consistent dark mode.
the highcontrastinverse theme only works on GTK apps, i need to beat QT in submission. some apps or panels are sand-boxed and still default to white backgrounds, sometimes text is too gray or dark and unreadable on a dark background theme, esp with QT apps.
its 2020 guys, accessibility should come out of the box, with a simple switch dark/light .