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**Steps to reproduce**

 1. Run Firefox Nightly on a Linux laptop, with either `MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1` in a Wayland session, or with `MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1` in an X11 session
 2. Set `apz.overscroll.enabled` to `true` in `about:config`
 3. Load any page that's vertically scrollable
 4. Overscroll the page at the top using the touchpad
 5. Lift fingers from the touchpad while page is overscrolled and not moving, such that there isn't any velocity to trigger momentum scrolling

**Expected results**

A snap-back animation is triggered to relieve the overscroll.

**Actual results**

The page is stuck in the overscrolled state until you manually relieve the overscroll by scrolling in the opposite direction.
**Steps to reproduce**

 1. Run Firefox Nightly on a Linux laptop, with either `MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1` in a Wayland session, ~~or with `MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1` in an X11 session~~
    * **Edit: the bug only reproduces on Wayland, not X11**
 2. Set `apz.overscroll.enabled` to `true` in `about:config`
 3. Load any page that's vertically scrollable
 4. Overscroll the page at the top using the touchpad
 5. Lift fingers from the touchpad while page is overscrolled and not moving, such that there isn't any velocity to trigger momentum scrolling

**Expected results**

A snap-back animation is triggered to relieve the overscroll.

**Actual results**

The page is stuck in the overscrolled state until you manually relieve the overscroll by scrolling in the opposite direction.

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