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I haven't seen any information on this in the list of "annoying bugs" so I
thought I'd post it here.

I'm creating instructional design to teach our 8th grade students how to
use LibreOffice Impress.  However I'm running into a snag on my own Mac,
developing the multimedia presentation.  The slideshow utilizes the
Metropolis theme.  When I play the slide-show in full screen mode, only
about 1/4 of the screen shows the blue background.  The rest of the
background is white, and since the text is white it disappears.   I
switched it to windowed mode to see if it made any difference.  The blue
background still doesn't fill the slide area.  I've enclosed a jpg
screen-shot of what it looks like.  Filename: LO_Problem.jpg

Here's some of my system specifics:

iMac Intel 2.7 GHz Core i7 with 27 inch screen, 12 GB memory.
OS X Version 10.7.5
LibreOffice Version (Build ID:
4c82dcdd6efcd48b1d8bba66bfe1989deee49c3) TinderBox: MacOSX TDF Release,
Branch:libreoffice-4-0, Time: 2013-03-26_15:52:16

Any ideas what could cause this problem?  I'm in a pickle if I can't teach
LibreOffice Impress with a Presentation built in LibreOffice Impress!  :)

Thank you,

Rich Lewis
Sacred Heart Catholic School, Muenster, TX
Director of Technology and Computer Teacher,

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