During pointer motion we already had the condition that an update of
focused pointer surface can only happen when no button is pressed. But
there are more conditions where we try to update the focused pointer even
if a button is pressed. E.g. if the stacking order changes.
This happens when trying to move one of Qt's dock widgets:
- Press inside a dock widget
- Qt opens another window, which is underneath the cursor
- KWin sends pointer leave to parent window
- dock widget movement breaks
This change ensures that also this sequence works as expected and the
pointer gets only updated when there are no buttons pressed, no matter
from where we go into the update code path.