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[libreoffice-users] Re: Another .pps that Impress doesn't do right


Le 2011-01-05 16:56, MR ZenWiz a écrit :
On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 7:14 AM, Marc Paré<marc@marcpare.com> wrote:
Le 2011-01-05 00:08, MR ZenWiz a écrit :

I watched this in LibreOffice 3.3.0 rc2 on my Ubuntu 10.10 system and
it freezes on the image of the rotating female and does not continue
the slide show. In order to stop it, I have to force-quit, which
kills all the open LO windows (which is more or less normal).

In OOo, the file plays properly all the way to the end.

http://zentektales.com/The_Human_Brain2.pps

I can confirm that it does this on my Mandriva 2010.2 with LibO3.3 RC2. I
had not other way to go but to do a Ctrl-Alt-Del and log out.

Did you have anything else running at the time (i.e., any other
window)? I had to use<alt><tab> to get to another window and then
kill the Impress with the<close> button, although I'm pretty sure
right-clicking the window list icon and selecting close would have
done the same, but it did crash LO (all force-quits seem to do that).


Yes, I had a bunch of apps working: LibO, Thunderbird (I run an online mag and get quite a few emails/hr), Firefox (2 windows in edit mode on websites), Pidgin.

Anyway, the problem is as you described, it stops at the spinning lady and freezed the computer. I'm sure there could have been a different way of backing out, but I am always on the look out for ways that an ordinary user would take on the way out ... I am also on the Mageia team and this is good to know for feedback.

Cheers

Marc


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