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Default Text screwed in Qt4 line edits (etc)

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Whenever I type in a text field of a Qt4 app on my RELEG_7 system, things go wild. assistent-qt4, arora, and even hand written PyQt4 apps have exibited this behavour, so it seems to be everything. I tried rebuilding x11-toolkits/qt4-gui, but to no avail.

The field often inverts from white to black colour, the cursor changes size wildely (black), text gets funky, and on some occasions there has been blurings from previous data to occupy the same screen space.


Has anyone ever had this before, and figured it out?
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