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Description of problem:
When I load tilda, only rarely am I able to see the terminal and interact with it.
Most times, when it loads, the content area is either completely the text color or the background color. I know that the terminal session itself is working: I can type "exit" to close tilda, I can execute a command and see, for example, Firefox open. But, I cannot see the text in the session itself.
Cycling tilda between hidden and visible does not fix the problem when it's already occured. But if I cycle it when it starts out as working then the window invariable breaks and I can't see the text anymore.
Opening additional tabs when it's broken does not fix the problem.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start tilda
2. If it starts out working, press the hotkey to make the window disappear.
The content area becomes unreadable.
The content area should be readable.
I'm running on a Dell D820 laptop with the nVidia hardware and driver.
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