Problem description: While slides are changing I see 2 problems:
1) White stripes blinks for a moment sometimes somewhere at the top
2)Slide are changing by laces. I think they need vertical synchronization or something like this. Slide divides in about ten stripes and the first stripe runs ahead of the second, the second is ahead of third and so on.
Animation called shift to left, but it reproduced with a lot of animations
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open presentation
2. Add some animation
3. Start slideshow
Reproduced on nvidia machine with proprietary drivers and netbook
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 188.8.131.52 release
Does this happen for every presentation? Is this new to 184.108.40.206 or was it an issue prior to this release?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Does this happen for every presentation? Is this new to 220.127.116.11 or was it an
> issue prior to this release?
This issue is since i was using libreoffice, from 4.1, but I'm sure it was in ealier versions. White stripes are buzzing only with 3d transition "Rosetta", maybe some other 3d effects. And interlacing effect (vsync problem) happens with every horizontal transition
updating version to at least 4.1 release (our versions are oldest version, not latest version) that you see the issue
I do not see this problem at all
I have checked LO on Windows (3.6 and 4.2) - everything is OK. Something with graphical acceleration on ubuntu. The bug is not so annoying if slide fits my screen
give a look at Bug 78703 test case and tell me if you think these are related issues.
@tommy27 No, this bug doesn't affect me, this effects work correctly. Ive captred video on my iPad that show the problem. I give you dropbox link to video, effect begins from 2nd second
thanks 4 video. let's see if other Linux users experience anything similar.
(In reply to Yan Pashkovsky from comment #6)
> @tommy27 No, this bug doesn't affect me, this effects work correctly. Ive
> captred video on my iPad that show the problem. I give you dropbox link to
> video, effect begins from 2nd second
Link is broken.
I tested on a laptop with Manjaro and ATI Radeon and I see what you mean by Wipe left or right having a jagged edge when it slides. Wipe up or down don't have this problem. I'm not sure, if this is LO's fault - it might be just a limitation of the X window system. This is why I won't switch this to NEW. We need some expert's opinion.
Would be interesting to see, how a Wayland-using compositor behaves in this case.
Build ID: 18.104.22.168 Arch Linux build-1
LO 4.4 uses OpenGL transitions, maybe that would fix the problem. https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.4
LibO 22.214.171.124 is out.
please give it a try and tell us if the issue has been fixed.
Yes, no everything work good and smoothly. May be closed
Thanks for testing. I'll mark as WFM.