On 5/13/21 4:59 PM, Mike Scott wrote:
Sorry for following up my own post, but the laptop results were
unexpected. Either drag-and-drop or using menu Insert gave the same
results - both produced an object showing the blue 'film' icon, in the
design mode, and at the video start when running a slide show. It's a
recent low-end Dell pentium laptop, Intel integrated graphics. It's
running the same version of LO/Mint as the desktop I normally use.
I have the same consistent behaviour on the Linux Mint desktop and
laptop, and on the Windows 10 laptop (all based on Intel architectures).
I also have the same behaviour on my Intel based MacBook. I don't think
I have ever seen a different behaviour, but my memory may fail here.
Actually, I have been repeating the process - video with superimposed
text - since September 2013, when I have used it for the first time at
LibreOffice Conference in Milan. Since then, I have changed at least
three MacBooks and three Linux PCs. So, really weird.
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