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On 01/11/2013 06:07 PM, C. H. D. wrote:

When using PDF/A, the following messages were shown.

During PDF export the following problems occurred:

PDF/A forbids transparency. A transparent object was painted opaque instead.

Some objects were converted to an image in order to remove transparencies, because the target PDF 
format does not support transparencies. Possibly better results can be achieved if you remove the 
transparent objects before exporting.

I am fully informed. Is there a way to switch off these warnings? How?

Is there a better way to display the warnings, e.g.
1. display warnings for 20 seconds and stop displaying them automatically, or
2. display warnings in an "action bar"?

In both cases, users should be allowed to do other things without confirming that they see the 

At present, users must press OK or the x before they can do other things.

Maybe, there should be a part like:
Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice -> Warnings
( checked ) Enable warnings when XXX
( checked ) Enable warnings when YYY
( checked ) Enable warnings when ZZZ

This looks systematic.

C. H. D.

Great idea, can you report it to bugzilla as an enhancement request. I can even imagine a "scrolling warning" across the bottom....lots of options, I dig the idea though.

Best Regards,

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