While watching this video tutorial (http://youtu.be/bCbpKxrR-jI), at 1:54 the presenter inserts notes which has two line breaks (or possibly a paragraph break) between the paragraphs, but at 2:33 this is shown as one line break and when the presenter exits console mode at 3:08, there are now three line breaks between the paragraphs. I dont have dual displays so i cant verify this.
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@Xisco, @Buovjaga: Can either of you test this out, as i dont have a dual monitor setup, or if we have a keyword like needDualMonitor or something like that, can you set it.
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(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #3)
Thanks for repoing it. Can you provide some simple steps for its repoing and can you test if its inherited from OOo or is a regression.
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #0)
> when the presenter exits console mode at 3:08, there are now
> three line breaks between the paragraphs.
The third line break appears at 1:57 after the presenter clicks off the notes textbox, so that seems to be something unrelated.
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #4)
> (In reply to Buovjaga from comment #3)
> > Repro.
> Thanks for repoing it. Can you provide some simple steps for its repoing and
> can you test if its inherited from OOo or is a regression.
Can confirm that line breaks are not shown in presenter mode with LO 126.96.36.199. Had to switch to MS Office for my presentations because of this...
To reproduce it you will need in external monitor. Separate a presentation notes with a line break or bullet point then show go into presenter mode and enable to Notes option. What you see is a a block of text, no line breaks.
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