Created attachment 110931 [details]
Document with an additonal Master slide
1. I created a template "impress-196.otp" with page setting to "Screen 16:9" and default styles.
2. I created a new document from this template (see: attachment).
A. The Master slide styles are the default style for this given page setup 16:9, i.e.: Title 32 pt, Outline 24 pt, etc.
B. The status bar displays the name of the template (i.e. impress-169)
Additional Master slides (Slide Master > Add Master) are not duplicate of this document's Master slide (based on "impress-169.otp"). They are duplicate of the default template (the hard coded 4:3 template). As a result:
1. Additional Master slides have the styles properties (font-size) of the hard coded 4:3 template, i.e. Title 44 pt, Outline 32 pt, etc.
2. The status bar of the additional Master slides does not display the name of the original template.
I do not know the internal of Impress, but the relation between the default master slides and the additional master slides is not very clear. I would expect a presentation document (always made of several Master slides) based on a given template to use the style of this template.
Created attachment 110932 [details]
template 16:9 used to create the document already attached.
Custom template "impress-169.otp": Default Impress styles and paper format "Screen 16:9".
I have tested it with LO 126.96.36.199, Win 8.1.
I can confirm the changed font style (font size 44 instead of 33) in the new added master slide and I would probably also suppose this new added master slide to be based on the changed master style.
But the new master slide seems for me to be also in 16:9 style and not 4:3.
What do you have in the slide properties of the new added master slide (go to SLIDE -> PAGE/SLIDE PROPERTIES... -> tab PAGE -> field Paper Format)?
No change on 188.8.131.52
There are no page styles in Impress as in Writer.
The hard coded template is 4:3 with defined default paragraph styles.
Anytime you create a new master, the paragraph styles are only and always inherited from 4:3 hardcoded template.
What's odd is that there is a new 16:9 LO impress template available. It has custom paragraph styles (the font size has been reduced to accommodate the new page size) nevertheless, when a user add a new master, it will retain the page size of the 16:9 template (or any page size defined in the template), but the paragraph styles will be those of the 4:3 default template.
This is not a bug, I think that it has to do with the Slide Design concept in Impress that's a bit outdated and odd in my opinion.
is this still present in LibO 184.108.40.206?
(In reply to nodatalog from comment #0)
> 1. Additional Master slides have the styles properties (font-size) of the
> hard coded 4:3 template, i.e. Title 44 pt, Outline 32 pt, etc.
> 2. The status bar of the additional Master slides does not display the name
> of the original template.
I reproduce this with the template. Already with 3.3
Arch Linux 64-bit
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