[Linux] Wayland - Clicks on any top bar items ignored when in a meeting
Ali Asad Lotia
Distribution: Arch Linux
Desktop Environment: Gnome 3.36
Compositor: Mutter (default wayland compositor for Gnome)
While in a Wayland session, when I start a meeting I am clicking on the Gnome top bar items such as the clock (which also brings up the notifications history and calendar among other things) has no effect. Ending the meeting restores the expected functionality of displaying the expanded view of the top bar item when it is clicked.
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Steps to reproduce:
- Ensure you are running Gnome under Wayland. That can be confirmed by looking at the "Settings -> About" or running 'echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE' in a terminal running within that session and confirming the output is 'wayland'
- Start screen.so
- Start a meeting
- Click on the top bar and confirm that clicks are not registering
- End the meeting and click on the top bar and note that the clicks are registering
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