Hello all, got a bit of a strange issue that I haven't been able to find anything remotely related to online. I noticed it first with the 2nd or 3rd tutorial when trying to make units from a factory. If I clicked at a rate I'd consider normal for queueing up units in other games, the game would just close. No freezing, no errors, nothing. Just gone. I was later able to replicate this on the menu screen by just clicking quickly, although sometimes it just makes the screen flicker. On my second monitor I notice the tab for the program slides over itself in the Windows 8.1 task bar with every click. That is, it slides away like it was being closed, and slides back in. This occurs on every click, although slow clicks don't cause the game to close. Rapid clicking just speeds up the rate of this sliding, before it quits. I've had issues with other games seemingly losing focus randomly on mouse clicks, keyboard input sometimes, and rarely game pad input. I suspected malware was doing it, but I ran scans and I'm of the belief my system is clean now. These games (DungeonDefenders Eternity and DD2 come to mind) seem to have problems when played in fullscreen mode, and I've had no problems running in windowed (borderless) but running PA:T in windowed causes untold 'focus flickering', so much worse than fullscreen, making the game unplayable (it's pretty unplayable in fullscreen actually.) Does anybody have even the remotest idea what's going on here? I recognise it's likely some underlying issue with my PC, but as it seems to be affecting Planetary Annihilation the hardest, I figured it was worth a shot asking here. I did run a tool called focus.exe from happydroid.com to find out what was occurring with each closure of PA and I get the message '1620:Could not open process' although these number codes may be related only to focus.exe (it is not very well documented, at all). Nothing else seems to be happening on closure. Like I say, multiple scans come up clean (CCleaner, Glary, Spybot, ESET Anti virus etc.), Latest NVidia driver was installed today and tested - no change. Planetary Annihilation is the worst affected program by this If anyone has any idea how to even make the game playable, I'd be grateful for any suggestions . I can't really discipline myself not to click the mouse more than a few times a second just in the hope I don't crash. As of now I haven't passed the tutorial yet, just clicking around too fast kicks me out. Thanks in advance! DXDiag and Log attached (log is from last time it booted me).