Public bug reported:

0. In an Ubuntu 20.04 live session or new installation, install the
Chromium snap and Google's Chrome deb packages.

1. In both browsers, try the MDN cursor demos at for cursor: wait
and cursor: grab. (Click the "cursor: wait;" or "cursor: grab;" button,
then move the mouse over the blue box on the right to see the cursor set
by that CSS option.) Or any view any page that sets these cursors with
CSS such as

    - cursor: grab
        - Accuweather/mapbox radar maps, e.g.
        - Google Sheets, e.g. hovering over a highlighted cell's border
    - cursor: wait
        - NYT video pages while the video loads, e.g.

2. Observe that in Chromium, the CSS-set wait spinner and grab hand
cursors are using the Adwaita theme, instead of the Ubuntu-default Yaru
theme. The correct Yaru theme cursors are used in Chrome and other apps.
(Note that for the cursor:grab examples, the Adwaita grab cursor [black
hand] is shown when *hovering*, but the correct Yaru cursor [white hand]
is shown once you click down, since this is no longer set by

** Affects: chromium-browser (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  Wrong cursor theme (Adwaita) for cursors set by CSS, like cursor:wait
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