Sorry you haven't received many replies to this yet! You could upload the
files to Nabble so that people can see them and see the problem. It's not
as tough as it sounds!
Just use the links in this email or navigate to the right thread through the
"Get help" - Nabble - then look for the same subject-line that you wrote
Start posting a reply and notice that above where you are typing-in there
are some buttons such as "More". The "More" one has "Upload a file" as it's
top option. Then it's just the same as adding an attachment to an email.
It has the same sort of "browse" thing. Once done all you see is a line of
html code added into your reply. You can move that link around to position
it better if you want.
Btw have you tried upgrading to 4.0.something? Have you had time to try the
3.6.7 that has just been released?
I have some ODP-format slides
which appear correctly when I view them with the [F5] slide show view in
Impress, but in which some content is missing when I view them in the
normal view, and when I export to PDF. Any ideas why this might be, and
how I can get a PDF in which all the content appears correctly, please?
I've attached a minimal(ish) example. My apologies if attachments violate
the netiquette of this list.
(BTW, this is all happening in LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 under Windows 7.)
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