Hi @Alvaro Perez (alvaroperez) thanks for the feedback, could you report a bug please? The AccentGrave key is working on my system, however for X11 there are some keyboard layout spesific workarounds we'll probably need to support for wayland too.
Fri, Jun 24
First of all thanks for the window decoration and for everything in general, I just compiled in wayland again for that very reason. What I just discovered is that the AccentGrave (`) key doesn't work and I can't access the view navigation pie menu. It only happens to me in wayland. When inserting it manually in the keymap settings it says unsupported key. I don't know what connection it has with wayland. Putting another key if it works.
Closing this task as resolves since support has been committed rB29755e1df82e34061a0b0586234a5aaac5177d35, although there is some work left with library linking to enable this by default.
Committed rB29755e1df82e34061a0b0586234a5aaac5177d35, closing.
Sounds like a good plan.
- Disable WITH_GHOST_WAYLAND_LIBDECOR by default
Rebase & master and update
Wed, Jun 22
Tue, Jun 21
- improve header comment for GHOST_WaylandDynload_prelude.h.
- remove unused error enum value
Nothing against completing D12034, checking the patch it seems it's ready to be reviewed again.
Being able to build Wayland support into the official binary release would be great.
Mon, Jun 20
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) I saw you reporting issue with wayland, can you confirm?
This seems to still be an issue when writing files in a WSL drive. Other programs respect the read-only status of a file (e.g. notepad.exe), but blender still deletes the write-protected file and creates a writable file with the same name.
Sat, Jun 18
Thu, Jun 16
@Christian Rauch (christian.rauch) Cursors using the theme seem to work OK, but I couldn't - under any conditions get the cursor to be up-scaled for Blender's custom cursors such as the knife tool in edit-mode.
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) The issue with cursor scaling in GNOME is only relevant when the cursor scale is not provided manually. GNOME does upscale window surfaces automatically (without interpolation) when no scale is provided to match the display scale. Since there is no interpolation, those surfaces would look pixelated. While this does not look nice, it would at least allow interaction with the window. Otherwise, you would need to interact with a window of 25% scale on a 400% scale display. This is not happening with cursor surfaces (they stay small), and this is what the GNOME issue that you reference is about. If the GNOME issue is fixed, the cursor would still look blurry.
Thank you for the quick reply @Christian Rauch (christian.rauch) I was looking for title menu and omitted window decoration
Hello, when I compile with wayland the title bar does not appear. I've googled but can't find anything about it. Sorry if the problem is mine, since it also happens to me with other applications. I use gnome in arch. Regards and thanks for everything!
The layout seems to be included with xkb on my system, at least I didn't need to install anything additional on my system (Arch Linux) other than libinput and Sway to make it work. The following sway configuration is enough: