Don't hide screen orientation setting in display settings, even if an auto-rotating convertible device is detected
Having a convertible PC, GNOME defaults into portrait mode, and there's no setting for me even to change the orientation (I want to lock the desktop orientation in landscape). I can enforce the orientation using xrandr -o right, but that is not at all an ideal, or an out-of-the-box solution. Especially if I want to use Wayland, instead of XServer.
Why does the orientation setting disappear completely from the display setting when a convertible is detected? Apparently, an auto-rotate detection plugin gets activated, but an orientation setting in setting would help to easily enforce a fixed orientation.
Please, just put the setting back in, regardless of what the capacity of the actual screen is, that would really help.