Autoclick on top left part of the corner of the screen since 1 month in Fedora 35.
I upgraded from Fedora 34 to Fedora 35, when it got released. Everything was working fine without any issue. But about a month ago, I don't know what kind of package update I received, my normal workflow start to break apart. I couldn't use the laptop peacefully. Because of auto click event in one section of the screen. To temporarily solve this problem, I have to shut down the whole laptop.
This auto click usually happens in one location (for example: around Gitlab menu option when you view it in browser like Firefox). And I don't know when this bug will get triggered. For example, I can use my laptop straight for 2 or 3 hours without seeing any issue. And then suddenly BOOM, I get bombarded by auto clicks. After a second, it event settle down. But there is no end to it unless I shut down again to protect my files. I have to live like this for a whole month. I wonder if there is a way to stop this from happening. So I came here.
Steps to reproduce
i. Install Fedora 35 and use Fedora GNOME in Wayland
ii. Use the latest version of all packages available in Dell Inspiron 5548
Expect of Ctrl + Z, all the "touch_down" invoices you see in the log are NOT mine. They are from ghost. In other words, all the
event 5 that you see in this log are not mine.
I also made a detailed discussion about this in AskFedora community if you want to know more.
Edit: Added my
hw-probe -all -upload link above in my laptop model.
Let me know if you need anything.