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In Impress (and also, I gather, in PowerPoint) non-looping animated GIF's return to and stop at the first frame after displaying the animation. This seems odd, and is not the way that they're displayed in Firefox, where they just stop at the last frame.

Is there something I'm missing? Is there any way to control this behaviour?

I know that one can apply a long delay to the last frame of the animation, but it's inelegant and could be inconvenient if one happened to stop for a discussion at that point in the slide show.


- Robert

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