Created attachment 139047 [details]
Blue wave from a default template
The background images of the templates in LibO 6.0 seems to are in low resolution and looks pixelated. Higher resolution images should be included. No blur and "stairs" should be visible in non-vertical or non-horizontal borders/lines.
Tested with version 188.8.131.52 (x64)
CPU-Threads: 8; BS: Windows 10.0; UI-Render: GL
Monitor: 1920 x 1200 px, 24"
with NVIDIA Quadro K2200
Such simple kind of decoration as in "Blue Curve" shouldn't be a raster graphic at all but a vector graphic, esp. as it is not the background graphic of the slide, but an image inserted as background object.
Please describe precisely which templates need to be improved.
Created attachment 139069 [details]
using a vectorgraphic
The screenshot from Thomas Lendo is from template "Blue Curve". The image on the title slide master has width 1057 pixel and height 185 pixel. But the problem is deeper than exchanging the image. I have tried a vector graphic (see attachment). In edit mode it is fine, but in presentation mode anti-aliasing is missing. The problem is more visible in 4:3 than in 16:9. So using vector graphic (as I first thought), will currently not solve the problem .
(In reply to Laurent BP from comment #2)
> Please describe precisely which templates need to be improved.
The Impress templates I mean are
- Blue Curve
- Blueprint Plans
- Nature Illustration
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All Templates get an update and the master page background are now LibreOffice shapes so there is no resolution issue any more.
Two templates didn't get an update (now) and use the old background cause I was to lazy.