I use KeePass 2.2 on 4 different machines and synchronize my database with a cloud-based service so that it's current no matter which computer I use. Lately, on my work laptop running Ubuntu GNOME 13.04, double-clicking the password field to copy any given password locks up my interface. I have noticed that it happens most often after a new password has been created with the password generator. The mouse can still move, but I am unable to interact with anything on the screen and I am forced to CTRL+ALT+F2 and restart the GDM service. I was beginning to think that there was something about GNOME 3.6 that Keepass didn't like, or vice-versa. However, the issue has now cropped up on another machine running Ubuntu 13.04 with the stock Unity interface, forcing me to restart the lightdm service to regain control. I tried to see if it would lock up Windows 7, but it works flawlessly there. Please help!
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