Steps to reproduce:
1. Starting with a pptx presentation with images.
2. Modify something, e.g. add notes
3. Save, still in pptx format.
Some of the images disappear but there is a "box" with resize handles in the right places. Sometimes, instead the image is present but squashed vertically into a short, wide strip of colors.
Pictures remain unchanged upon save.
Operating System: Fedora
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Please try again with LO 188.8.131.52 & resetting user profile. If it doesn't work please attach your sample file & exact steps to reproduce the problem.
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> Please try again with LO 184.108.40.206 & resetting user profile.
Ups..I meant LO 220.127.116.11
Bug is still there with 18.104.22.168. I notice same behavior.
Will need to get hold of windows box to make test case but will try to do soon. Thanks.
Created attachment 88162 [details]
Testcase original Impress file
The bug also appears if I begin with an odp (Impress) file with an image and then save it to pptx format. Not all images are affected. This test case shows the bug on my computer.
Created attachment 88163 [details]
Testcase PPTX file from Impress
This is the PPTX file I get when saving the testcase into pptx format. When I open / reload the picture is gone, though there is still handles for it in the area where it used to be.
I can partially reproduce with LO 22.214.171.124 (Win7 32bit).
After saving as pptx, closing & reopening, image still there but resized. The others (background, etc) is the same with attachment 88163 [details]
Reproducible with version 126.96.36.199.0+ and 188.8.131.52.beta1+.
I think the problem is with jpeg images. If I extract the image, convert it in png format and replace the jpeg image with the png one, then the pptx export works as expected.
Best regards. JBF
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Image problem is no longer reproducible with LibreOffice 184.108.40.206.0+ built at home under Ubuntu 14.10 x86-64.
Saving the pptx bugdoc with a small modification under the same pptx format reveals the image which was not visible in the original pptx bugdoc.
Saving the odp bugdoc as pptx keeps the image.
Closing as WorksForMe. Please, feel free to reopen if you disagree.
Best regards. JBF