Today, one of my workshop participants had the same problem (tried to
copy something, got an error message, on a Linux system). Worse than the
error message, however, was that no object was copied, so many things we
wanted to practice couldn't work at all.

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Bug description:
  UPDATE: After further investigation it turned out to be a problem related to 
the copy operation, in combination with a totally unrelated running Java 
program (FreeRapid).
  Reading some followups and other bug reports, it seems to be caused by the 
new clipboard management system (introduced as a fix for the bug #170185), as 
reported in bug #421597

  So far these applications are known to randomly trigger an input/output 
extension (on linux):
  - FreeRapid Downloader
  - jDownloader
  - xfce4-clipman-plugin 1.1.3
  - Netbeans
  - xfce4-settings-helper (Xfce 4.8)
  - Team Viewer (teamviewerd 10.0.36)


  The original report was this:
  I'm getting this error when I try to edit a text object created previously 
with a font that's not available in this system.
  It looks like Inkscape has problems to resolve the font substitution and 
displays the error message in a popup window that keeps appearing again and 
again, leaving no other remedy than closing inkscape and reopening it.

  The error message is attached.

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