Created attachment 51605 [details]
odp matching the description and being rendered differently in edit and presentation mode
Rendering is different in edit ("normal") mode and presentation mode for bitmaps that are scaled in one direction and then rotated.
Rendering in edit mode is OK.
Rendering in presentation mode is WRONG: Rotation is OK, but scaling is not.
Steps to reproduce:
1) create a new, empty presentation
2) import a bitmap (a rectangle does the trick best)
3) scale it horizontally to 50%
4) rotate it 45°
5) press F5 for presentation mode
- Edit mode: The bitmap looks as expected.
- Presentation mode: The bitmap is rotated, but scaled in both directions
Rendering is correct (and equal) in both display modes.
Created attachment 51606 [details]
Screenshot of edit mode: Everything correct.
Created attachment 51607 [details]
Screenshot of presentation mode: Scaled AND rotaded bitmap is rendered wrongly.
Still happens with current beta (Linux, AMD64):
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Still happens in Beta2:
Kubuntu 11.04, AMD64, Radeon proprietary graphics driver
reproducible with LO 220.127.116.11 (Win7 Home, 64bit)
Reproduced with the following steps:
1. Open IMPRESS
2. Copy the original rectangle with the cirle from the attachment into the new presentation
3. Right mouse click on the picture -> POSITION AND SIZE -> tab POSITION SIZE -> deactivate KEEP RATIO and reduced WIDTH to half of the original size
4. tab ROTATION -> ANGLE = 45
5. Start presentation mode
@Thorsten: Could this maybe be something for you?
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This NEW Message was generated on: 2015-02-19
No longer reproducible with LO 22.214.171.124, Win 8.1