Provide, to the presenter, a visual clue that slides will have custom animations and/or a slide transition. That way, the person running the presentation knows when multiple clicks are necessary to show the full slide content.
The general idea is similar to the one described in bug 65456, though there is no existing code in presenter screen for that yet.
Suggestion: stick an icon into sdext/source/presenter/PresenterSlidePreview.cxx rendering, when there is a transition or custom animation set.
Ciorba Edmond committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
fdo#65457 - Provide visual clues in presenter view.
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thanks for working on that.
I tried it out, but I see two problems here:
* On the current Slide there is no clue that there are animations/transitions
* On the "Next Slide" the image is _in_ the Slide, which is a bit confusing.
I think it would be better to display an Image on top of the Slide, next to the "Current Slide", "Next Slide" text.
What do you think?
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