Issues with fractional scaling and screenshot utility

I am having issues with using fractional scaling under Wayland. I have a laptop with a builtin 1920x1080 screen, and an external monitor that is also 1920x1080. Without fractional scaling everything on the builtin screen is too small. Using global scaling or adjusting font size is not an option, as in that case everything on the external monitor will become too large. That is why I have to use fractional scaling (125% Built-in screen and 100% HDMI).

Scaling on new versions of Gnome is actually usable. However, there are some issues that prevent me from switching to Gnome (on Fedora 37).

The problem has to do with screenshots: when i take a screenshot of the built-in screen (does not matter if i use the built in screenshot tool or anything else), it looks just fine and the output has a resolution of 1920x1080, exactly what is expected. But if I take a screenshot of the external monitor, it looks really blurry, and the reason for that is that the output’s resolution is not 1920x1080, but 2400x1350. The screenshot looks blurry and has some artifacts, it is especially noticeable at the bottom of the image, on some round icons on the dash-to-panel. Here is the link to the image. Interestingly enough, this is not the monitor where 125% scaling is applied.

Here are the specs of my machine (output of inxi -Faxz)

Did anyone face this problem and is there any way to fix it?