Created attachment 50308 [details]
PDF version of animated PowerPoint .pptx file
In several cases, PowerPoint pptx files do not display correctly, especially with animated line and object drawings. Fonts are not displayed or mapped correctly; and visual/graphical slides are completely scrambled.
Created attachment 50309 [details]
Actual PowerPoint .pptx source file
comparative file to PDF image to be opened in LibreOffice Impress to see effect.
Confirmed for LiLibreOffice 3.4 340m1(Build:103) on OpenSuse Linux.
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Created attachment 67805 [details]
webinar slides which don't display properly in LO
header appears out of position
something missing from grey box
elements out of position
elements not layered properly?
layers out of sequence (type hidden by color)
Previous viewing showed inverted type, not seen this time.
/sybmitted an additional example file. Had trouble reading with LO 3.5 build 403 on 32-bit openSuse 11.4 with KDE 4. Toshiba Satellite notebook with dual core i86 (64-bits).
Confirmed with LibreOffice 18.104.22.168
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(In reply to Chris Clabaugh from comment #1)
> Created attachment 50309 [details]
> Actual PowerPoint .pptx source file
> comparative file to PDF image to be opened in LibreOffice Impress to see
Problems are gone now.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 22.214.171.124.alpha1+
Build ID: 01a189abcd9a4ca472a74b3b2c000c9338fc2c91
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2015-06-14_07:46:28
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