either if opening a .pptx or .odp file or creating a new one.
simply the effect applied is not reproduced
should reproduce the effect when put in presentation mode
User Profile Reset: Yes
OpenGL enabled: Yes
open gl enabled along with open cl (otherwise libra crash continuously without the possibility of using any application). Current software version Mac Osx High Sierra 10.13.3
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_13_3) AppleWebKit/604.5.6 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/11.0.3 Safari/604.5.6
@Daniele : try turning off both OpenCL and OpenGL
OK, so I can confirm this with my LO master build
Sorry for the delay. With OpenGL on LO crush at start. without the problem is still there. I am wondering if this depends on OpenGL and the fact that apparently Apple stopped supporting it. I have tried new presentation in Impress LO 184.108.40.206 on Ubuntu 16.04 and it is not working either.
Sorry for the delay. I had the chance to ran some tests with both LO 6.0.2 and 5.4.5
Windows machine - Lenovo G50 i5 4th gen 6gb ram with AMD Radeon 2 GB - all transitions work perfectly (even the 3d that don't work at all on my MacBook). Moreover, the ones that work on the MacBook as well are largish while on the old Lenovo are extremely smooth.
Various Linux distros (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Ubuntu Mate 16.04, Zorin Os 12 and CentOs) installed on my MacBook through parallels have the same exact problem of LO installed on MacOSx though on Linux it generally runs better.
In conclusion, I assume that is the limitation of the drivers that can be installed on the Mac or something else (I am not a computer expert) that prevent LO to work flawlessly as it does on my old Windows machine.
I am not expecting anyone to do something in particular for Mac users though something should be done if the document foundation wants to keep releasing the software on MacOsx. I haven't tried LO Vanilla, therefore I don't know if it works better.
I have tried the collabora demo and the problem remains. I think is due to the fact that Apple does not support Open GL anymore, while LO develops with it. I have also purchased NeoOffice (which should combine OO and LO and it is specifically developed for MacOSx) and the developer resolved the issue by removing 3d transitions from the options, though it gives you more non-3D animation from which to choose. Don't know which sounds better, but at least in Neo you don't have the problem that if you select an animation, it crashes like in LO.