--- Comment #6 from Daniel Boles <> ---
I based that on what Olivier said at the Mutter bug before moving it from GTK+:

On further consideration, I am convinced this is not a bug in gtk+ nor gdk
Wayland backend.

The X11 implemtatnation needs to know the global offset, clamping the values in
gtkmenu will break that.

Wayland backend could do the clamping, but that obviously breaks any chance oof
having the right position, ever (as we would pass wrong values to the Wayland

So the only ral solution to this problem is to fix the Wayland compositor, ie

I was deferring to one expert, but if another disagrees, please reopen indeed.

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