If a key could be turned into a keysym with a modifier xkbcommon
considers the modifier as consumed even if not pressed.
E.g. Alt+F3 considers alt as consumed as there is a keysym gnerated with
Ctrl+Alt+F3 (vt switching).
This change tries to workaround the problem by ignoring the consumed
modifiers if there are more modifiers consumed than active. It's
possible that this will create regressions for other shortcuts - we need
to test it in the wild. Although this might cause regressions I'm aiming
for Plasma/5.8 branch with the change. It only affects Wayland and fixes
quite important shortcuts from window manager perspective (desktop
switching (ctrl+f1 to ctrl+f4), desktop grid (ctrl+f8), present windows
(ctrl+f9, ctrl+10), cube (ctrl+f11), user actions (alt+f3), close window
(alt+f4)). If it causes regressions they need to be fixed as well in the
A new API entry point for xkbcommon was proposed, but is not yet merged
and there is no release with it yet. Once that is available the
workaround should get removed and replaced by the new API call.