Screen sharing is hit or miss on Wayland, but works more reliable on Xorg, so you may want to consider which one you need. You can switch between the two before logging into Gnome, like when you enter your password, there’s a little gear/settings icon on the bottom right in the login screen to switch between Gnome and Gnome on Xorg or something like that. Just know the gear icon only shows up once you start to enter your password. Hopefully that helps you.
I had it working on fedora and my previous gnome installation, would love to just have it work here too because of the screen tearing issues i had last time i used it.
But yeah, would have to do that if nothing works.
Yeah i know screen sharing with audio isnt supported, i only want to be able to share one of my screens which i was able to do in fedora or ubuntu.
Also the problem isnt discord’s, it is just using chromium (electron).
Maybe i should try digging into how the fedora has their pipewire setup and try configuring mine like it.
I dont wanna go back to any of the setups i had before. The one i currently have is just perfect for me except screen share .
And i know any avgerage person would just go back but well we’re linux users for a reason :).