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On 2016/02/24 0:51, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
More long shots...

Are any of the test computers on a Uninterruptible Power Supply?
If so, run the document on that one and pull the power from the supply to the wall.
See if tearing still occurs.

Assuming the power generated by the UPS is correct, and all machines are on same local power grid, there might be a frequency anomaly. I'm not an electrical engineer, but power can do crazy things given the right circumstances.

If you are using linux, see if modifying your SNA/UXA settings changes things. Google how to change these settings for your OS.

Thank you.
However, on 2/21 I posted a [SOLVED] message.
The "solution" was giving up the setting "smooth scrolling" under Options -> Writer -> View. (which I thought might help with the "jumpy" behavior of LibreOffice; it did not)
It is not perfect, but helped a lot.

* I do not have a UPS. And half of my computers are in different buildings in different parts of town ...


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