Description of problem:
I use PyCharm and Android Studio on Fedora 25 with Wayland an am seeing strange input issues.
Basically stops responding on mouse clicking and it seems to block other apps.
After a while input goes all funny with the IDEs. If I switch VTs and got back to the Wayland VT the issue is fixed for a while. Closing the IDEs also fixes it.
Something strange with libinput, XWayland and the intelliJ IDEs?
Generally the experience with Wayland has been very good for me.
A issue has also been raised with JetBrains and freedesktop.org. Raised here as it effects Fedora 25.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Up to date as of raising this bug
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In PyCharm (or any intelliJ based IDE) highlight a block of text, grab the text and move it, pick it up and drop it.
2. Move away from the window and the bug is triggered.
Input is blocked to all apps until switch VTs
Works as it dose on Xorg.
This has been raised here as well upstream:
Also to note closing the intelliJ based IDE also unblocks the inputs.
I'm facing the exact same problem.
Used PyCharm from copr repo:
> dnf copr enable phracek/PyCharm
> dnf install pycharm-community pycharm-community-plugins -y
Already fixed in mutter https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=99235#c15 .
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