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Le 11/04/12 08:20, avamk a écrit :

For the past few months I tried really really hard to make all my
presentations with Impress. The big problem is that it's performance is the
exact opposite of snappy. (what is a good antonym for snappy?)


I use Impress quite a lot (Mac OS 10,5,8, LO 3,4,2), and I don't have a noticeable slowdown for that sort of sized file. I just checked on a couple of my files, 10Mb with a dozen images, no slow down on resizing images. 30Mb, 100 slides, 40 + images, no slow down on image resizing...

(I think sluggish is the word you are looking for)

However, I do get a delayed response with the unfriendly one-click-ha-I'll-move-your-textboxes-without-asking-you that I don't know how to (un)activate and always wakes up at the worst possible time...) but rarely more than 1 second. (although lot's of 1 seconds back to back can be frustrating)


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