Stephan P. wrote:
- In bulleted lists, where each bulleted item is animated to appear on a
button being pressed, the sequence is out of order, e.g. item #4 would
appear before #2 and so on.
- In a multi-line text box that is animated to appear as a whole on a button
being pressed, the last line already appears on the screen when the slide is
shown, i.e. before any other interaction. I wouldn't even know how to
achieve such an effect myself!
this seems to be https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59629,
which is on our radar already.
- Instead of graphics that have been on slides for years suddenly only an
"OLE" placeholder icon appears.
Not aware of a bug report yet for that wrt. 4.0 - would you be willing
to file a bug report with an example document at
https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/bug/ please? It could be specific
to some kind of documents.
Honestly, how does this happen? If nobody is working on Impress to even
check these absolutely basic things, be honest enough about it and drop it
from LO. But constantly, with every release, breaking things that worked
fine is plain ridiculous.
There is a quite a range of possibilities here - QA volunteers
focusing more on other applications, platform specific problems,
document-specific bugs etc etc. The best advice to give at this point
probably is: get involved with our QA team! E.g. it could be you
running a handful of regression tests, on your platform, with your
files, prior to releases.
Head to https://www.libreoffice.org/get-involved/qa-testers/ if you
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