default, superpanda, panda

Grar! Stop doing that!

I have no idea why, but fairly frequently Trillian decides that it's just going to balloon up and eat all available CPU. This is not incredibly friendly behavior, and requires a kill and restart before my system returns to something resembling a useable state.

Grf.

This happened prior to my reinstall (well, right up to the point the program just started crashing every time I tried to open it), but I don't recall it happening with such regularity. Now it happens a couple of times a day, usually after the system has been idle for a while.

Hrmph.