Bug 45615 - Implement additional 3d slideshow transitions
Summary: Implement additional 3d slideshow transitions
Status: NEW
Alias: None
Product: LibreOffice
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Impress (show other bugs)
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(earliest affected)
unspecified
Hardware: Other All
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Assignee: Not Assigned
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Keywords: difficultyInteresting, easyHack, skillCpp
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Blocks: Slide-Transitions
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Reported: 2012-02-04 03:48 UTC by Thorsten Behrens (CIB)
Modified: 2017-06-02 18:26 UTC (History)
3 users (show)

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Description Thorsten Behrens (CIB) 2012-02-04 03:48:37 UTC
See slideshow/source/engine/OGLTrans/unx/OGLTrans_TransitionImpl.cxx - have a look at all those makeOutsideCubeFaceToLeft(), makeFallLeaving() methods - it's really just a few (albeit cleverly thought-out) lines of code you need.
Comment 1 Rainer Bielefeld Retired 2012-04-28 08:11:35 UTC
Modify status due to facts
Comment 2 Stéphane Aulery 2012-08-11 01:26:08 UTC
Deteted "Easyhack" from summary
Comment 3 Björn Michaelsen 2013-10-04 18:47:32 UTC
adding LibreOffice developer list as CC to unresolved EasyHacks for better visibility.

see e.g. http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/minutes-of-ESC-call-td4076214.html for details
Comment 4 Bastián Díaz 2014-10-20 18:20:02 UTC
Are very grateful to have more transition effects to LibreOffice.
As a user I wonder if these will be compatible (per style or category) with those used in Keynote or MS PowerPoint, so in this case besides mantenet the content and format, the display will be similar to the built in software different from LibreOffice.

Here is the link for some videos showing the transitions found in Keynote or MS PowerPoint.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1fLQg5hFQQg
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vSCydTaOdC8
Comment 5 Ezequiel Partida 2015-01-14 19:26:22 UTC
I also think it would be great to add Powerpoint 2010 and 2013 3D transition effects and even Keynote equivalents..

Not really because of the cool 3D effects, but because of portability.

I can't really ask a presenter. Could you please make or adjust your Presentation in Libreoffice Presenter so it will work exactly as you want in the next conference?. You see, we don't have Powerpoint.

I think that if they bring their PPT presentations and see Libreoffice Presenter shows their presentations exactly the same as in PowerPoint, they would be encouraged to use Presenter insted of powerpoint or even Keynote.

In the company that I work, our IT Department tested OpenOffice 3 and where thinking of moving everyone to OpenOffice, they installed Open Office to 1000 PCS.. The problem was that documents didn't open or show correctly... I know that LibreOffice developers have done a GREAT Job in making Libreoffice more compatible with MSOffice Docs, but 3D Transtitions are also great to have.
Comment 6 Robinson Tryon (qubit) 2015-12-14 05:03:43 UTC Comment hidden (obsolete)
Comment 7 jani 2016-02-17 07:16:14 UTC
Andrzej: A polite ping are you still working on this ?
Comment 8 Tor Lillqvist 2016-02-17 07:37:25 UTC
Note that in the meantime, we *did* get new 3D slideshow transitions: Vortex, Honeycomb, Glitter and Ripple. Nobody bothered or remembered to update this bug, though. Anyway, one thing the experience in imlementing those shows is that it definitely is not an Easy Hack. And C++ skill is not enough, as they are implemented mostly in GLSL, and that is what we want for further ones, too. We should probably drop the Easy Hack keywords?
Comment 9 jani 2016-04-12 13:46:05 UTC
Unassigning due to lack of work and response
Comment 10 jani 2016-05-20 06:04:24 UTC
A polite ping, still working on this issue ?
Comment 11 jani 2016-06-20 05:38:33 UTC
Unassigning due to lack of work
Comment 12 jani 2016-06-21 05:37:05 UTC
Changing status to ASSIGNED
Comment 13 jani 2016-07-23 07:38:42 UTC
A polie ping, still working on this bug?
Comment 14 jani 2016-08-23 07:04:50 UTC
Unassign due to lack of work.