Pointer distortions on GNOME Wayland only.
Hi! Thank you for your great work!
This issue does not occur every time, but often happens. It looks as if moving the pointer when it changes to another, at the same time, the previous cursor does not completely disappear, but instead it partially overlaps the slashing pointer, partially mixing with it. The pointer returns to normal only at the time of the next pointer change. For example, if the main arrow pointer is moved to the text box in the web browser, it should change from the arrow to something like the big letter I, but instead the arrow is partially mixed with I. But he will come back to normal as soon as I move the cursor further, at the moment when the time comes to become the arrow again. This happens only on GNOME Wayland, does not happen on GNOME Xorg, and does not happen on pure Weston, which I also tried to use.
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