Wayland session: Switching to another program disables the cursor indicator
This might be an issue because my system is half updated right now, with gnome-shell 3.30 and gnome-terminal 3.28. So it's possible that this issue will disappear once gnome-terminal 3.30 hits Debian unstable, but this is what I'm experiencing now:
When you open a terminal, and switch from it to another window, the cursor disappears. That might be expected behaviour, but when you click back into the window, the visual cursor does not reappear. You can still enter text so the cursor exists, but it's not visible, making things difficult.
I'll try to remember to update this when sid gets an updated GNOME terminal.