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2016-02-28 09:37:13 +0200 ha commentato una risposta Impress: Unable to display slide show properly on HiDPI machines

Rich, disabling both hardware acceleration and OpenGL fixed the problem. Thanks.

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2016-02-27 10:59:11 +0200 ha risposto a una domanda how can I get my documents to open with LibreOffice?

In Windows 10 File Explorer, right-click on the target document file, select Open with. If the Open with drop down list does not contain the intended LO application, then select Choose another app. You will get to select the target app to use for opening the document. You will also get to define whether to Always use this app to open the associated document file.

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2016-02-27 08:21:23 +0200 ha commentato una risposta Impress: Unable to display slide show properly on HiDPI machines

New bug 98217 filed. My report is related/similar to bug 98182 and 97943. This bug might also be occurring on non-HiDPI systems. Preso-mode is the primary function of Impress. For this reason I have marked this bug as Major.

Enabling OpenGL rendering option (Tools-Options-LibreOffice-View) would fix the display defect. However, Impress would crash consistently in no more than 3 advances of the slides.

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2016-02-27 08:20:47 +0200 ha risposto a una domanda Impress: Unable to display slide show properly on HiDPI machines

New bug 98217 filed. My report is related/similar to bug 98182 and 97943. This bug might also be occurring on non-HiDPI systems.

Enabling OpenGL rendering option (Tools-Options-LibreOffice-View) would fix the display defect. However, Impress would crash consistently in no more than 3 advances of the slides.

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2016-02-26 06:39:19 +0200 ha risposto a una domanda What is a compelling reason for me to use LibreOffice over OpenOffice or StarOffice?

In 1999 Sun Microsystems acquired StarOffice from the StarDivision. In 2010 Oracle acquired Sun and re-branded it to Oracle Open Office. Soon after in 2011, Oracle Open Office was discontinued. So now it is really down to the other two more prominent derivatives – LibreOffice (LO) vs Apache OpenOffice (AOO).

Being derivatives of the open source OpenOffice.org, both LO and AOO offer fairly similar look and feel. You can easily find various opinions on LO vs AOO in the Internet. The key point is LO has had far more frequent software releases than AOO – an indication of the product is in active development. If you value this aspect then LO has an edge here. Also, I noticed LO offers 64-bit version for Windows. AOO is only availble in 32-bit flavor for Windows.

2016-02-26 05:10:28 +0200 ha risposto a una domanda LibreOffice 5.x does not work on heigh resolution screens

Yesterday I have reported LO 5.1 (Impress) display anomaly here.

The Surface Pro 4 features a 2736 x 1824 screen. At this resolution the ruler and tooibar look fine. But some dialog boxes (like Table Properties) were tiny. They did not scale well. Impress, in particular, does not seem to work well with the Surface Pro 4 display. Apart from the broken slide show mode, I also notice random display defects during edits of my slides.

LO 5.1 writer on Surface Pro 4 (screen capture)

2016-02-25 14:04:51 +0200 ha posto una domanda Impress: Unable to display slide show properly on HiDPI machines

LibreOffice 5.1.0.3 (x64) on Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Just started trying out LO on Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Many software packages are having problems scaling to the high resolution display of the Pro 4. LO components worked fairly well in this respect. But I may have uncovered a display-related problem in Impress. Whether on single-monitor configuration or dual-monitor configuration the slide show mode did not work properly - in that the slide show screen shows chunky rectangular black or white patches. Slide content is totally illegible.

Has any Surface Pro 4 user reported this before?