The enclosed PPT/PPS file seems to lock up when trying to navigate using the keyboard from slide to slide in slideshow mode.
Tested in 3.3.4 production release and 3.4.2 production release.
Also tested in master build :
Build ID: 44cc719-bca9bad-4eb4f62-260b7c1-0360e83
where the same file causes screen corruption, with the subsequent slides being partially overlaid on top of the initial slide (much worse problem).
Link to file :
I also see problems with "LibreOffice 3.4.3 RC2 - WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [OOO340m1 (Build:302)]", but I do not know whether it are the same as reporter's. I see the elements with custom animation on slide 2 appearing immediately appearing with the slide, so that the next few arrwodown steps show no changes with LibO, while in MS PPt Viewer the elements appear one by one. I will attach a little presentation comparing the results.
My problem is a very old one, I also see it with "LibreOffice Portable 3.3.3 - WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [OOO330m19 (Build:301 Tag 188.8.131.52)]" and OOo 3.1.1.
Ar the results shown in myresults.odp the same problem you see?
You fin "myresults.odp" in the Wiki under a.m. URL
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Reproduced on Fedora 64 bit
It is not a bug. Just animation on slides.
To fix this problem, rename file to ppt, delete all animations from slides
(In reply to comment #5)
> Reproduced on Fedora 64 bit
> It is not a bug. Just animation on slides.
> To fix this problem, rename file to ppt, delete all animations from slides
How can it not be a bug if LO no longer supports animated GIFS when it used to (or at least OOo did) ?
I know, we'll just delete features as we go along and then we can say that there aren't any problems any more. Wonderful !
Anyway, I've got to test this again on a more recent build.
And confirming, at least for the versions that have been mentioned so far.
Yes, strange comment. Hope that nobody will suggest "Use other Office Suite, that will fix the problem ..."
May be we have 2 (or more) problems in this document? On slide 2 I can't see an animated gif (please see my comment 1). Can you please contribute an exact description where exactly you observe what problem?
Sorry for not understand from first attempt. I thought problem is with keyboard.
I have created separate bugreport about incorrect opening:
Bug 48083 - Impress FILEOPEN: ppt file opens incorrectly when used "Background fill" for draw objects
Hmm, don't think I've got a copy of the file around any more, oh well, guess I'll have to close the issue.
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The test file that was linked to is no longer available, so unfortunately I'm closing this report as I can not update testing with a more recent version of LO