How to use shortcuts in current keyboard layout?

After upgrading from Fedora 29 to 30, my keyboard shortcuts all remain in the default keyboard layout, even when I’m switched to my secondary layout. I use a standard US layout for my default and a Dvorak layout as my secondary. When I try to lock the screen after mapping it to Meta+L (pressing Meta+P on the keyboard) the “Switch to external screen” display pops up. I found the external display shortcut and it’s mapped to Meta+P. I tried switching it to Meta+D (Meta+H on the keyboard) thinking I had somehow assigned two actions to one shortcut and one was taking precedence, but that resulted in me having to enter Meta+E (Meta+D on the keyboard) to bring up the “Switch to external screen” display.

I don’t remember this behavior in Fedora 29, and I used Meta+L in the Dvorak layout very often to lock my screen. I’m not sure if this is a bug or if this is an intended change in behavior. How can I make keyboard shortcuts work in the currently-selected layout?