Using an up-to-date Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 system on a Dell XPS 13 laptop, whenever I hit Super (or otherwise activate the overview) and begin typing, my keystrokes are often out of order. If I wait a second or so, I don't get this behavior.
One way to test this is by hitting Super and then dragging my finger from "q" to "p" on a QWERTY keyboard, which should only get me "qwertyuiop", but I get things like "qweriuyopt" or "qerywitopu".
I don't have any accessibility settings turned on which could be causing this, and I tried adjusting System Settings - Keyboard - Select Typing TAB, adjust 'Key presses repeat when key is held down" as was advised in another StackOverflow question. Neither of these changed the behavior, and it only occurs in the GNOME Activities search.
What can I do to fix or troubleshoot this issue?