I'm new to this list, so I hope I'm in the right place (please tell me if I'm not). I've been using
LibreOffice (OpenOffice before the fork of the project) for several years, and for the first time I
would like to suggest a new feature for Impress. Well, actually it's not exactly what you would
call a new feature, but rather a refinement of what's already possible.
So here is my suggestion/request : I'would be very happy to have the possibility of setting display
durations with sub-second accuracy in LibreOffice Impress. For instance, setting automatic slide
transitions after 250, 333, 500, 666 or 750 milliseconds, but also 1.25 second, and so on...
This would be really useful with regard to one of the uses I make of Impress, i.e. creating simple
tools for the training of visual attention and other cognitive abilities in children. I'm not a
programmer at all, so I can't modify the software myself to satisfy my needs.
I'm looking forward to reading from anyone regarding this suggestion!
Thank you for your attention and for any feedback!
Have a nice day!
P.S. Please excuse me for any mistakes in this message, English is not my first language.
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