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Hi Rob, all,

Rob Snelders schrieb:
Hi All,

I'm trying to solve bug fdo#36946.

Great! This is one of the features where MS Office is really in front of LibreOffice...

But I'm trying to see what the best
categories are. When I go for the, in my eyes, logical choice then I
would have every transition and then afterwards you have a option to
select the "direction" of the transition.

For complete interactivity I would like to see three categories:

- direction (up to 360 degrees - perhaps graphically)
- velocity (10 values)
- acceleration (positive and negative values)

The utmost feature would be the possibility to follow a given (like swirl) or randomly drawn path.

I don't know if this is feasible at all - but it could become an outstanding feature, pushing Impress back in a competitive position (even if I don't know if PowerPoint allows acceleration adjustment).

That would mean that, for
example, you choose the transition "Wipe" and then you'll have to choose
a direction, for example "up".

Is this a good way or does anybody have a better idea.

Thanks a lot for working on this feature!

Please include me in the emails about this because I'm not subscribed to
this list.


Best regards


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