Created attachment 58872 [details]
The sample presetation.
With sample document (as attachment), Han characters on first slide will be shown too fat and ugly during slide show with "Hardware Acceleration" activated.
Steps how to reproduce with "LibreOffice 3.5.1" on Fedora x64 plaform.
1. open document, activate menu 'Tools -> Options -> Viewing ->
Hardware acceleration' if necessary
2. start the slideshow with first slide and compare text view with text view in
Expected: no difference
Actual: During slideshow, Han characters became fat (looks like many strokes overlapping each other) and ugly.
The ugly text also is visible with presentations created from the scratch.
Created attachment 58873 [details]
The screenshot of design preveiw, Hardware Acceleration activated and disabled comparison.
Thanks for bugreport
Reproduced in 3.3.4 and 3.5.1 on Fedora 64 bit (Linux only problem)
Reproduced in 3.5.2 on Linux Mint 12(32 bit)
Created attachment 62402 [details]
“AR PL UMing TW” bold font Impress odp file
Created attachment 62403 [details]
“AR PL UMing TW” bold font in Impress screenshot
If Hardware Acceleration is activated ,“AR PL UMing TW” bold font becomes ugly.
Hardware Acceleration will cause problem when displaying “AR PL UMing TW” bold font.
This problem has been exist in OpenOffice and LibreOffice on Linux.
uming.ttc can be downloaded from
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The issue solved at LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 on Fedora 21.
If the problem appears again, please reopen this bug report.
I can't reproduce the bug on 188.8.131.52 too.