Created attachment 155077 [details]
TestZrotationPlusShapeRotation.pptx contains shape and image
This is a followup to bug 126060, where import of the z-rotation of the 3D text transformation was implemented.
Open the attached file. It has a rotated shape on the left side, which uses a 270° z-rotation to align the text with the shape. On the right side is an image of how it looks in PowerPoint.
Notice, that z-rotation is ignored.
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@Gülşah Köse, I thought you might be interested in this issue after fixing bug 126060
Created attachment 169073 [details]
The example file in Impress 7.0 and current 7.1bibisect
This seems to have gotten better in 7.1 although positioning is still incorrect, but direction looks fine.
Created attachment 169074 [details]
The exmaple file in Impress 7.1 bibisect and nightly 7.2
However, in current 7.2 master the positioning is so off that the text is invisible. When clicking inside the shape, the text appears for editing, so it's there, just invisible.
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(In reply to NISZ LibreOffice Team from comment #3)
> Created attachment 169073 [details]
> The example file in Impress 7.0 and current 7.1bibisect
> This seems to have gotten better in 7.1 although positioning is still
> incorrect, but direction looks fine.
Seems to look like this since:
author Gülşah Köse <email@example.com> 2020-10-05 14:57:33 +0300
committer Gülşah Köse <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2020-10-16 12:05:02 +0200
tdf#128212 Change the text z camera rotation order.
I filed bug #139808 about the recent regression.
Let's keep this open for the small positioning difference.