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in thread control-C to "jumpstart" windows process
I was very hopeful about this, but it doesn't appear to be the case. I'm basing this off of the fact that when I click on a window, it does indeed freeze the output, but it also appears to freeze the program. I tested this with a simple little loop that just increments a counter. When I enter select mode, the counter freeze. When I exit select mode, the counter resume where it left off.
It appears that our program is continuing to run when we encounter the glitch, it just doesn't display to the screen. So I think it's something different. But this may be the right track.