I've switched to OpenSuse 11.2 last month from Linux Mint. I'm running KDE 4.3 and using compiz as my window manager. Generally the experience has been a good one, but there are a few bugs which while not critical, are minor annoyances and I would like to fix. Some might be more simple than others to solve, but even if I can get rid of a few, that will make the experience smoother.

- System Tray not displaying docked applications:
When I close Amarok or Pidgin they still run, but no icon is displayed in the system tray. The only icons I see are Volume Control, Network Connection, KWallet, and Notifications.

- Pidgin Keyring problem:
This is mainly a problem with running a Gnome app in KDE. Pidgin uses keyring to store my password and not the Wallet. This means I have to enter 2 passwords to get my stuff running, which is a pain. Is there a way to simply disable the keyring? I guess another option would be using Kopete but I don't really like the interface and hate the notifications

- window decorator around panel:
Randomly I'll reboot my computer or something, and suddenly there's a window decoration around the panel and no way to get rid of it. Right now it's there and a reboot did not remove it. I'm guessing this might be a Compiz problem.

- Wi-Fi randomly does not work:
Sometimes I'll boot my computer and the Wi-Fi won't work. A reboot usually fixes this for me. However I think this might be a hardware issue, since I've had the same problem in Windows. However it's never happened in Ubuntu based distributions.

Finally I was wondering if there's a script I could run to automatically mount all drives (including NTFS) on boot.

That's about it. I guess I sound like I'm whining a lot but I've enjoyed my experience with OpenSuse so far. However these bugs take away from the experience. I hate having to reboot all the time to fix these problems, since I usually run my computer 24/7.

Thanks for any help or advice you can give me.