By testing Impress for making a course, I realized a potential improvement to bring at Impress.
Let's consider the situation where we created a slide with a "Title/Two content" disposition. In one content, we insert text and in the other content, we want to insert a picture. To do that, I usually use a copy/paste (often from the pdf of a scientific article) instead of using a picture previously recorded on my disk (in order to gain time). But in this situation, if we click on the content where we want the picture and paste it, the picture appears centered and in great size on the slide, instead of being automatically positionned and reformated to be in the content we want.
There is a way to do it. We can reduce the size of the picture and positioning it where we want it. Then, we click on the Title/Two content slide disposition button in the Property panel. Automatically, the image is well positioned and with the good size.
Is it possible to implement a solution making possible to directly paste a picture in a content panel in a slide?
Forgive me for the approximative english. I hope my post is clear.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a slide, preferably with two contents to better visualize
2. Pasting a picture in one content
The picture is not included in the content
The picture should be included in the content, well positioned and resized.
User Profile Reset: No
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Slide without the picture
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Slide with the picture pasted after clicking in the empty panel/content
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Slide correctly positioned and resized after repositionning, resizing it and clicking on the Title/Two contents button in the property panel
You can't confirm your own bugs. Moving it back to UNCONFIRMED until someone
else confirms it.
@UX Team, any opinion here?
In other words: pasting an image when an empty text box is selected should replace the text box likewise when clicking the image button. In any other case the image should go onto the slide as today. Sounds reasonable to me.