graphics in GUI Objects freeze completely (tested ubuntu 17.04, 16.04 and OSX el-capitan
some patches that are loaded will glitch something out, causing all GUI objects to graphically freeze while still sending their values and otherwise functioning normally. Once the glitch occurs, the problem will remain in every patch window, even if you start a new patch. Structs, images and message boxes seem unaffected. Changes to the objects label shows up fine, but the display of the value in the objects core function, such as the numbers of [nbx], line in [hslider], highlighted square of [hradio] etc. will not update their values until a window is redrawn or resized. In effect, the objects have an appearance of being completely frozen, but their values are still being sent and received.
The glitch seems more likely to happen in larger patches with more complex use of GOP subpatches and overlapping of elements, though I have seen it occur in smaller patches in some cases.
My intuition tells me it is somehow related to [ggee/image] objects, as when the bug is active, I see this message a lot in the console: "legacy tcl command at 447 of gui/image.c: image delete imgdf123d10"
I have found the problem to be present in multiple versions of Ubuntu as well as OSX. While I couldn't seem to recreate it by building a new patch, I found a relatively small patch which was built using purr-data 2.2.3 in OSX that consistently causes the bug to occur without being too huge and complex. It's also a handy network receiver object designed to easily receive midi notes from other patches over the network. This patcher works perfectly in older pd-l2ork v1.xx, but consistently causes the bug in question in every version of Purr-data That I tested. The main patcher file contained is named CM-network.pd Cheersnetwork-notein.zip