I’m using gnome 3.38.4 on Fedora 33 (with Wayland). I have dash-to-panel extension activated, but the behavior is the same without it. I usually have Chrome window maximized. And whenever I click on the top bar, in an empty area, the Chrome window is brought to front. This does not occur when there’s no window maximized. As fas as I remember, this didn’t occur on Fedora 31.
Mouse click is one thing, but it seems that the top bar area is somehow associated with the maximized window, as I noticed other odd behaviors:
- click in top bar empty area and start moving mouse => the maximized window starts moving with the mouse
- move the mouse up from desktop area to top bar empty area, passing over a tab in the maximized Chrome window => tab popup/tooltip appears in Chrome, even though the mouse is not over it
Is this by design?