Had a look at that setting. These are the default settings on my system:
- Use Hardware acceleration: Enabled
- Use Anti-aliasing: Enabled
- Use OpenGL for all rendering: Disabled
- Force OpenGL even if blacklisted: Disabled
- Current GL Status: Disabled
Unfortunately, enabling both OpenGL settings (and restarting LO) did not resolve my problem.
Thanks anyway for the suggestion!
I'm currently trying to isolate what triggers this issue, It could be somthing specific I use in my
document (the large amount of tables, arge amount of custom document properties, etc.).
I'll report back if I find anything!
PatrickOn Sun, 2016-02-14 at 03:16 -0700, Pedro wrote:
Patrick Dijkgraaf wrote
Just tried 220.127.116.11 on the Debian box but unfortunately, the issue
still there... ☹
Please let me know if you have other suggestions, otherwise I'll
defininately file a bugreport.
The major change from 5.0 to 5.1 is the default usage of OpenGL for
graphic operations. Maybe OpenGL is slowing down your system (on both
Windows machines all OpenGL does is make everything blurry and slow).
remember this is a .0 version so it is expected to be buggy (no
the TDF marketeers say)
Go to menu Tools > Options, on the left panel choose LibreOffice >
uncheck the box "Use OpenGL for all rendering (on restart)". Close
Options dialog and Exit LibreOffice.
Restart LibreOffice and reopen your document.
If this solves your problem you should still report a bug. It is not
expected to need 1 hour to open a document...
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Re: [libreoffice-users] LO5.1 on Linux - Opening Writer document takes >1hr · Tim Lloyd
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