I do not know if this is kernel related or some other component. I have an HP laptop with a Ryzen 3 processor/Radeon Vega graphics. Xfce was working okay with Fedora 31. As soon as I upgraded to Fedora 32, the problems started.
I try to log in to an Xfce desktop, but the screen is corupted. It will start at the top for part of the screen. Then there will be a segment that is offset to the right. Below that, there will be additional segments, each offset to the right. It repeats to the bottom of the screen. I can’t figure out where to click to exit, so I have to use a CTRL-ALT-F2 to get to a terminal where I can log in and reboot.
LXQT desktop and Enlightenment work okay. It seems to be just the Xfce desktop. I’m not happy about this because Xfce was my primary desktop. I don’t use Gnome. LXQT is okay, but it ls not the same. Enlightenment is nice, but it lacks in many respects, especially in being able to use the touchpad with a tap to click like I am used to. What is up with Xfce and how do I fix it?