I mean from a UX perspective, when there are two choices the one with the indicator (the dot) is usually interpreted to be the on/active/selected state, and the other option with no indicator is usually interpreted as the off/inactive/deselected state. Checkboxes and radio buttons in web design are the most common examples of this pattern.
(If instead the indicator was another shape like an X or a “do not enter” sign, then I think the expectations would be different.)
It’s great that the UI explicitly says which switch position does what. I just think aligning the indicated switch position with turning on functionality would be slightly easier to use. The user can rely on an existing mental shortcut (indicator means “on”) instead of having to remember which switch position does what.
Thanks again for your help (and your great products)