Description of problem: In LFS.exe (live for Speed) pressing CTRL + C locks mouse cursor to window boundaries, important because steering can be done with mouse. In X.org that feature works fine, but not under Wayland.
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How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start the game
2. Press Ctrl + C until "CTRL + C - mouse clipped to window" message appears
3. Try moving mouse outside LFS.exe window.
Additional info: https://bugs.winehq.org/attachment.cgi?id=52687
That would be a duplicate of bug 1242322.
There is no relative/locking pointer confinement in Wayland *yet*, it's still under discussion/review upstream.
Tested with latest xorg-x11-server build containing Xwayland fixes, mouse cursor still can't be locked to window.
$ rpm -q xorg-x11-server-Xwayland
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Pointer confinement in Wayland appears to be working inside a wine window as of Fedora 27 release.