I don’t know if this should be in the platform group instead, but…
Since I updated from Gnome 43 to Gnome 44 (Debian unstable), clicking on title bars no longer raises the associated window. I had also set (via gnome-tweaks) double clicking on title bars to maximise vertically and middle-clicking therm to lower. These settings also do not work. I am using X11, not Wayland, specifically because I had had problems in the past with just this sort of thing on Wayland. Is this fixable via extension, at least in theory?
I admit that I have not attempted that yet; I will try in a while, once I manage to decrease the amount of state I care about in my current setup. This, too, is one of the reasons I don’t use Wayland: with X11 I can restart gnome-shell with Alt-F2 r RET.
Regardless, I see no reason this should not work with both, assuming Wayland can support it.
I’ve yet to try Wayland, but even after a full reboot, it isn’t working on X11. Mostly. Modern GTK applications with their pseudo-title bars (like Files and Settings) raise and lower appropriately. Non-GTK apps, like xterm, do not.