Description of problem:
After start of GNOME Wayland session any window can be resized or moved around with a pointer of a tip of a Wacom pen. But if any of buttons of the pen are used (Lower button for right click and Top button for middle click by default) The pointer stops to change into resize pointer if moved to the edge of a Wayland window and resizing and moving of Wayland windows with the Wacom pointer becomes no longer possible until session restart (logout and login).
XWayland windows seems to be not affected.
Wacom tablet is needed to reproduce.
Reproduces only with native Wayland apps. (Nautilus, Gedit, etc)
Correct behaviour of window resizing seems to persist only between start of GNOME Wayland session and first click on any of buttons on the Wacom pen.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Click with any button on wacom pen inside any Wayland app's window (e.g. to open context menu)
2.try to resize or move the window with the pen.
Window neither resizes nor moves with pen's pointer. All other Wayland windows do not either.
Windows keep to be resizeble and movable with the pen.
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