Ah, ok. The shortcut is designed, assuming left/right is just tapped. When left/right is pressed in a sticky way, the jumps to previous/next workspace are unpredictable in any case! Not sure how to fix…
Is there some way to just disable it visually entirely? Someone on the team has theirs set to ctrl + shift + 1 for prev and ctrl + shift + 2 for next, and theirs stays locked up even after pressing ctrl or alt again (confirm that fixes it on mine). With those bindings for some reason it needs switched back and forth an extra time to unstick.
Would be nice if we could just disable the visual overlay somehow?
Just saw this, and wanted to say i have that one 19.04 too. But i have output for that command:
/usr/share/budgie-desktop/visualspace/shownav:240: PyGIDeprecationWarning: Since version 3.11, calling threads_init is no longer needed. See: https://wiki.gnome.org/PyGObject/Threading
I also have it reproducible, but thanks for the ctr tap tip, that does make it go away.
Thanks for mentioning! On the deprecated warning: we are aware of it, there were quite some changes on the new python version, which need to be addressed in the near future. The deprecated warning does not make it break on PEP8 though, and the functionality is not in question.