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       There are numerous clock displays - surely one of these would suit
your purpose;
           just plop the clock into the slide, set its size, and  ;-)

On Fri, May 3, 2013 at 1:02 PM, Brewster Gillett <> wrote:

On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Brewster Gillett <> wrote:
Running LO under Ubuntu 12.04

How can I insert a live countdown clock display in my slides, tied to
the "Advance slide" "Automatically after" [ x seconds ] instruction?

On Fri, 2013-05-03 at 12:40 -0500, anne-ology wrote:
In Impress, you can set each slide to appear at differing times
or you can set one time for each

       Hoping this answers your question,


Though I appreciate the response, no, it doesn't even address the
question I raised, which was,

 " How can I insert a live countdown clock display in my slides, tied to
   the "Advance slide" "Automatically after" [ x seconds ] instruction?"

IOW I already know how to set the appearance duration for slides -
what I couldn't find was a way to incorporate a visible countdown
display into the slide to track the timing for the audience.....
...that feature may just not exist, though it sure does seem like
it would be a useful one to have.


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