Wow! I have never heard of this. (Not that Domino is perfect.) Are you running any other applications on the Domino server box? It should run on its own on a dedicated machine. Also, are any of the disk drives (or folders) on the Domino server shared by any other user or server? This can corrupt that Domino database files. Only the Domino server software should be accessing the databases on that machine.
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I think that's related to quick edit window option. We use to have that happen in R5, until we ticked that option.
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