I am really frustrated now. I’m working very hard on my presentations, just to redo everything in Google Slides (which is online only) which actually performs perfectly fine. It does exactly what I want it to, on the very same computer LibreOffice struggles on. Even Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7 performs farely good. But I have to redo all my presentations there too.
Both hardware and OpenGL settings have horrible rendering performance. It lags on ALL transitions and animations and the only performance I do get right is NO TRANSITION and NO ANIMATIONS.
Where is the memory setting? It’s NOT in Tools>Options>LibreOffice>Memory… I can’t do memory management, because I can’t find the memory option. So yeah, LibreOffice is really nice, until I have to run my presentation, then I turn in hating myself for trying to give LibreOffice a chance, while I know Google Slides is the best (but I can’t use internet all the time) and OpenOffice performs almost as good as Google.
I’ve read that even GTX 1060 have the exact same problem. Clearly it’s not my GTX 650 GPU at fault here (while Google Slides and OpenOffice works very well, even when I have 2 web browsers, video editing and several other software open).
How am I supposed to donate to an effort for a problem that remains unsolved for over 5 years. I’ve read several posts. Yes, and many posts are many years old of this very same problem.
Ok, I found some memory setting in Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Advanced > Open Expert Configuration > org.openoffice.Office.Common > Cache > GraphicManager. I don’t know if the “long” value is in bits, byte, MB… I changed the values to max and still no difference in performance. Searching for “memory” gives that option only.
Version: 220.127.116.11 (x64)
Build ID: 98b30e735bda24bc04ab42594c85f7fd8be07b9c
CPU threads: 8; OS: Windows 6.3; UI render: GL;
GeForce GTX 650 1Gb