In Impress, you can set each slide to appear at differing times
[after setting overall time - right-hand cue - then go to
individual slide to re-set that's timing];
or you can set one time for each
[via right-hand cues].
Hoping this answers your question,
On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Brewster Gillett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Running LO 126.96.36.199 under Ubuntu 12.04
I've scoured the help, both internal and on-line. I've pored through
the FAQs. It may be that no such ability is provided with Impress.
But I'll ask in case someone here has done it:
How can I insert a live countdown clock display in my slides, tied to
the "Advance slide" "Automatically after" [ x seconds ] instruction?
IOW I set the above parameter to, say, 60 seconds. When the slide rolls
up, one corner of it has a prominent digital clock display reading
"60" which proceeds to follow the timing downwards until it hits "zero",
at which time the next slide rolls up and the process restarts.
If this feature is in Impress somewhere, I sure couldn't find it.
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