When I hide all windows using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Super+D it hides some but not all of the windows. The remaining windows cannot be clicked and are visible behind the desktop.
System: Ubuntu 20.04, with tweaks: dash-to-panel, and I changed to nemo as the default file and desktop manager. I suspect this last change is responsible but I haven't used Ubuntu 20.04 long enough before I made this change to be sure the issue was not already present.
Is there any way to fix it.
This is what my desktop looks like AFTER hiding all windows:
The applications that are still visible cannot be clicked before they are brought in front of the desktop through other means.
I still encounter this from time to time. I am not reliably able to reproduce it but I have the suspicion it is caused by interacting with desktop icons after hiding all windows.