WiFi Hotspot initially greyed when starting GNOME Settings
When I open GNOME settings to the WiFi page, the "create hotspot" option is initially greyed out. Switching to any other settings page and coming straight back makes the option available. Similarly, if I first open GNOME Settings to a different page (ie. bluetooth from the shell top right menu), and thereafter navigate to the WiFi pane, then the option is available.
Steps to reproduce:
- Open GNOME Settings
- Try to activate hotspot, it is greyed out
- Switch to "Network" or "Bluetooth" or "Background" setting page and back to WiFi
- "Activate hotpot" menu option is available
Using Arch Linux GNOME 3.36.1 under Wayland