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Hi Thorsten,

thanks a lot for your quick and helpful reply.

this seems to be,
which is on our radar already.

I'll take a look as soon as I have some time.

 > - 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 please? It could be specific
to some kind of documents.

Sure, as soon as I find a bit of time, I'll try to cut my ODP down to 
the essentials and submit it.

 > 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.

I knew I had that coming, fair enough :-). I might be able to do that, 
provided that an alpha or beta version doesn't conflict with an 
installed older version, because I really *do* need that to work :-), 
and the number of tests are well-defined.

Head to if you
are interested!

OK, I'll take a look.

All the best,


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