Another Numlock bug (probably a duplicate) would be https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutter/issues/769
I am not too sure this is mutter related. If I change to tty3 (command line), the behavior is exposed as well.
Please test this:
*Boot your machine up
*In GDM test the Numlock keys. For me they seem to work in the password field.
*Don’t log in to the graphical session but switch to the tty2 or tty3 terminal
*After logging in on the terminal it doesn’t work as expected and the bug is exposed.
Thus I guess that Mutter isn’t started up at all in this scenario and it cannot be a Mutter bug. Or am I wrong? And probably not Wayland/X.org related either?
But which other package (Ubuntu and at least Arch) can have regressed this?
@gunnarhj, do you have any ideas?
@mohan-ram, BTW holding the WINDOWS key and pressing q doesn’t do anything for me either.