After upgrading from Fedora 30 to 31, copy-paste stopped working.
When I press Ctrl+C in gedit, the selected text is copied to the clipboard, but Ctrl+V does nothing, and the
Paste context menu is disabled. If I switch to another application then back to gedit, the
Paste context menu is now enabled and Ctrl+V pastes the text that I copied earlier.
I’m not using any clipboard manager or gnome-shell extensions that affect the clipboard as far as I’m aware.
Update: Works fine on Xorg, it’s only broken on Wayland.