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Hi Heiko, being a heavy Impress user, and having the majority of my
slides in the Screen 4:3 format (because the majority of projectors in
conference centers is still supporting only the Screen 4:3 format), I
can tell you that a killer feature here would be a format converter from
4:3 to 16:9 which adapts the contents without stretching horizontally
all visuals (something which does not allow a quick conversion).

The ideal situation would be a switch between the two formats which is
triggered by the connection to the external video/projector.

On 27/07/2017 16:28, Heiko Tietze wrote:
Hello all,

in LibreOffice Impress the default slide format is today 'Screen 4:3' while most hardware should 
be capable of 16:9. On the other hand, with the left slide pane and the right sidebar open, the 
UI of Impress has not much horizontal space.
The question is: Should we switch the default of slide format?

Please answer the quick poll on G+, if you have an account.
https://plus.google.com/107566594492891737454/posts/Gv86jqr9qyf



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