>Interference of a similar kind is known to be triggered by Kaspersky
>Antivirus, Camtasia, SnagIt, Camstudio and allegedly TuneUp Utilities.
>Doesn't have to be their fault, but some hints from any of them could
>help to find the real cause (maybe somewhere in GTK+?).
>If you run any of these, try to disable them for a while (with caution
>in the case of Kaspersky, of course) and check if you can reproduce

Hi Micheal, thanks for the feedback. I actually don't run any antiviruses at all
but it may be something else interfering. I have a few things running in the
background but they're mostly application running in the background that have
very little interaction with the actual Windows OS or GTK. I might try going to
ms-config and try turning everything off to rule out the interference.

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