The problem is that in the latest versions of LO in GNU/Linux, there is a poor performance to tout the various transitions to full screen. Adds a poor visualization of 2D transitions, when installing the package "ogltrans".
I mention this as a major bug for 3 reasons:
1. A poor display in ideal conditions, where only LO Impress works with simple slide (background color and text without additional animations) >> when you open another program performance lapses.
2. Most Linux desktop environments have 3D support (software and hardware) minimum for making a presentation (that's what I guess).
3. In tests with the same basic computer hardware (Intel GMA 3150) comparing the performance of transitions in LO 4.0 (including 3D) with MS Office 2013, there is a remarkable difference. This >> to compare what the competition and considering the proper qualifications and underlying support technologies.
Ideally, in the future (not too distant), 3D transitions can be added to the core of LibreOffice. I think LO LO Writer and Calc are well positioned, but LO Impress far behind.
For more information:
Bug related (external):
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=914930 → Important
marked as enhancement
This bug report already has a solution in LO 5.0. Are any developer who wants to close?
How I can export my bug reports from fredesktop.org the new TFF tracker?
(In reply to Bastián Díaz from comment #2)
> This bug report already has a solution in LO 5.0. Are any developer who
> wants to close?
> How I can export my bug reports from fredesktop.org the new TFF tracker?
All libreoffice bugs were copied from bugs.freedesktop.org to bugs.documentfoundation.org. But if you added (or changed) a bug report at bugs.freedesktop.org _after_ the migration, you have to duplicate your changes here.