Created attachment 91248 [details]
.ODP Test of Custom animation freeform path.
Problem description: I cannot seem to be able to edit a custom animation freeform path.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Select an object (I used a default "diamond"). On the Custom animation pane select Add > Motion Path > select Freeform line.
2. Draw the freeform line for the path.
3. Check the path by playing the Slideshow [F5]
4. Save the presentation
5. Select the path and click the< Edit points> button
6. Move some points check the path (note that the <Save> item in the icon bar does not become available!)
7. Play the animation with the <Play> button or [F5]
The new shape of the path is not used.
The new shape of the freeform path is used.
I did notice that dragging handles to reshape the freeform path did change the path and such a presentation could be Saved As... an new presentation. This could be a "workaround" that may be added to some documentation somewhere?
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 188.8.131.52 release
Thanks for your detailed report:
reproducible with LO 184.108.40.206 (Win8)
duplicate of https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53993
workaround is to the move the entire path e.g. up and down with cursor keys. Then the modification of the points are taken over.
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