I'm trying to display a slideshow on a yoga 2 pro running windows 8. When I display a slideshow (with any impress document) I get half of one slide, a large black area, and half of another slide instead of fullscreen single slides. I tried changing slideshow to windowed, and got the same thing, and lowering the screen resolution also did not work. Editing the presentation works fine.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Start any slideshow
Operating System: Windows 8
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Can you please provide a test document so this can be tested against and subsequently be confirmed. If your document contains sensitive data, please clear that or replace it with random information.
A step-by-step description of how to reproduce the issue is most helpful and will help to speed up the processing of this problem a lot.
Setting to NEEDINFO until more detail is provided.
After providing the requested info, please reset this bug to UNCONFIRMED. Thanks :)
Is this bug still valid / reproducible with the latest pre-release 188.8.131.52: http://www.libreoffice.org/download/pre-releases/
Created attachment 92142 [details]
This bug can be reproduced with any presentation on my computer. Here is a presentation with 2 slides. Thanks.
Can't reproduce with LO 184.108.40.206 on Ubuntu 12.04 x86. Perhaps Windows 8 only?
I got a similar problem : any slideshow working well with LO 220.127.116.11 under Windows 7 and Vista, not working under Windows 8.1.
But the same slideshow is OK under Windows 8.1 with OpenOffice 4.1.0.
Set NEW per comment 4
Raising importance since it's a basic function in Impress
@Kevin, please try disabling h/w acceleration in: Tools > Options > View
Does it resolve this issue?
(In reply to comment #6)
> @Kevin, please try disabling h/w acceleration in: Tools > Options > View
> Does it resolve this issue?
May I take the liberty to interfere and giving an answer before Kevin takes time to react ?
Yes : disabling hardware acceleration put things in order, apart severely slowing down the tempo of transitions.
FWIW: I am unable to replicate this issue under Win 7 & 8.1 with Version: 18.104.22.168
Build ID: 6ff819b65674ae6c83f3cbab9e4a4c2b292a7a94
Test slide show displays perfectly.
Disabling hardware acceleration fixed the issue. Slides look fine now.
My video card is just a standard intel laptop core-i7.
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> Dave Barton <email@example.com> changed bug 73650
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> bug 73650 <https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=73650> from Dave
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> FWIW: I am unable to replicate this issue under Win 7 & 8.1 with Version:
> Build ID: 6ff819b65674ae6c83f3cbab9e4a4c2b292a7a94
> Test slide show displays perfectly.
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(In reply to comment #7)
> (In reply to comment #6)
> > @Kevin, please try disabling h/w acceleration in: Tools > Options > View
> > Does it resolve this issue?
> May I take the liberty to interfere and giving an answer before Kevin takes
> time to react ?
> Yes : disabling hardware acceleration put things in order, apart severely
> slowing down the tempo of transitions.
Cannot replicate this issue under Win 7 & 8.1 using:
Build ID: 08ebe52789a201dd7d38ef653ef7a48925e7f9f7
The test slideshow and my own test files display perfectly and there is minimal slow down in transitions when hardware acceleration is disabled.
Perhaps spesific to some display driver since Dave can't replicate this issue.
How about reset user profile: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile
Does it resolve issue?
@Kevin, please don't reply directly from email
I can confirm theh bug with a yoga pro 2 and libreoffice 22.214.171.124. Diabling the hw accelaration solves the issue.(In reply to comment #11)
I couldn't reproduce this on my Lenovo Flex with Windows 8.1., maybe because it has standard resolution of 1366x768.
I kindly ask others to specify their resolution when they conform the bug.
Under "See Also" I added 2 bugs which relate to h/w acceleration and high resolution, when resolution is bigger than 1920*1280.
yes, this is probably a duplicate of Bug 40534
let's continue discussion over there
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 40534 ***
QA housekeeping, neither this nor its dupe bug 40534 is critical