Follow-up Comment #1, bug #20685 (project freeciv):

Aside from Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric), all current Ubuntu packages match the
Debian packages, and so if there is a desire for a change, it's probably
better to ship that change through Debian (although I'll upload something
directly if someone happens to have a small quick fix that would break Debian

I can confirm that running on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal with a different window
manager (kwin), this behaviour isn't observed for any of the GTK2 client
distributed from the Ubuntu repositories, the GTK2 client from TRUNK, or the
GTK3 client from TRUNK, so I'd expect it to be related to Unity specifically,
rather than any Ubuntu-local patches to the underlying libraries.

I did see it occasionally in the past with Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) GTK2 client
and the Unity window manager, but never tracked it down.  Does someone track
it down, the best solution is likely to file a bug for the precise offending
WM issue on the Unity tracker with a significantly reduced testcase.  I'll
also volunteer to test if someone doesn't run Unity and thinks they have a
patch, as long as testing against the older release meets the test needs.


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