The new 3D transition framework on Windows (see bug 45618) does not work on a Lenovo Thinkpad X240 with Windows 7 64-Bit and Intel Core i3-4010U (Haswell) 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4400 (IGP).
The newest Intel graphics driver is installed.
I had tried it on other notebooks and the 3D transitions also did not work there (also a Intel Graphics chip: Intel HD Graphics 3000)
How can I use this feature? Do I have to enable some option?
@Beluga: As far as I understood it, 3D slide transitions on Windows should just work out of the box in LibreOffice 4.4.
In my tests, I additionally tested it with the settings in "Tools"-"Option" to always use OpenGL even if the driver is blacklisted. But it still did not work on my system.
Created attachment 113001 [details]
I think there are two ways to test whether it works on Windows (please correct me if one has to test it differently):
Create a new slide show and try to add 3D slide transitions. On my system, there were none in the list of transitions.
I tried to do the same after enabling OpenGL also for blacklisted drivers. Still, it did not show the 3D transitions.
Open attached presentation, which contains 3D transitions and which was created in Linux.
Ok, it seems my 4.4 installed without the transitions.
I noticed while doing an install of 4.5 alpha, selecting components to be installed, that the OpenGL transitions were not selected to be installed by default.
I can see the 3d transitions just fine with your attachment on 4.5 alpha.
I have a Lenovo T520 with Intel HD Graphics 3000, video BIOS 2089.1, Directx 10.1.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 184.108.40.206.alpha0+
Build ID: 4b9a9ce8a0e5e0716dad9a9ec87d16237e534dc2
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2015-01-31_09:49:44
In fact, as Beluga pointed out, the 3D slide transitions on Windows are just not installed by default. After that, they also work on LibreOffice 4.4.
I close this bug as RESOLVED->NOTABUG and open bug 89135 which requests the inclusion of the feature in the default install set.