OK. Never seen that before. I think what’s happening is Glide is thinking that you are dragging an image from an outside source into your app, so it’s adding that image as as a new component automatically for you. A feature I guess in some respects. My laptop has a touch screen, so I tend to just swipe with my finger whenever I’m testing a carousel or the swipe cards. So I don’t usually notice any of the issues that people have trying to do the same thing with a mouse.
If your app is going to be used on a desktop as well, I might rethink how you display images in your app. Any actions that are touch specific are really hard to do with a mouse. I can’t think of a good alternative without a lot of work, but you could always try to put your images in rows instead of columns and display them as a list of tiles or cards with a vertical or horizontal orientation. May or may not work better.
Since Glide is starting to build more and more with tablets and desktops in mind, maybe down the road they will have a better way to use a carousel on a desktop with clickable left and right buttons.