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nox 29 May, 2018
Quoting: ArthurDo keep in mind this is something I've only read about Wayland, also fairly recently, but I don't have first-hand experience so I can't guarantee all of these are still issues.

To give some proper-ish information:
Copy-paste is no issue and has in all of my normal applications worked as it does on X. No difference what so ever with the functionality (for my personal use). That includes the use of password managers.

Cursor issues I only experienced in WoW in Wine, nowhere else. So this problem seems to be very small at this point.

Screen recording and sharing is currently a large focus I believe. There was some proxy developed to make a standard for recording across different environments (if I remember correctly), but I don't think there is anything that uses it yet.

I'll give you the reason I use X atm though. The lack of high refreshrate in KDE and Gnome. I believe both are still locked to 60hz, which is annoying.

Last edited by nox on 29 May 2018 at 11:04 am UTC
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