after I tried KDE/Plasma/Wayland on Debian/testing AMD64 I inspired my
colleague Joop Boonen to test it on OpenSuse/tumbleweed.
Everything was fine besides Primary Selection (middle-mouse to paste),
so I stopped using Plasma/Wayland.
Joop is able to use primary selection in every application (KDE or GTK).
So, I was surprised.
Here on KDE/Plasma 5.12.5 I cannot do that (for example cut-n-paste in
konsole via middle-mouse paste into firefox).
I asked on the wayland-devel ML  with no answer.
The retired KWin maintainer wanted to have this feature in
wayland-protocols before implementing it in KWin/Plasma/Wayland.
So, what magic did you do in OpenSuse?
 has references on how Gnome did it in mutter.
Or can you point me to the relevant packages with name (sources and patches)?
Thanks in advance.
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