Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||Presenter shifts PowerPoint presentation text boxes up and to the right by several pixels|
|Status:||CLOSED IRREPRODUCIBLE||QA Contact:||issues@graphics <issues>|
|Priority:||P4||CC:||csherlock, issues, stx123|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description bigchris 2004-04-28 01:32:37 UTC
It appears that text boxes are moving upwards one pixel when you view a PowerPoint slide show in Presenter. Methodology: I create a text box in PowerPoint 2003 SP3 9.0.6620, and overlay a crossed line over the text box. I then save as a PowerPoint file in PowerPoint, then view as a slide show (full screen) in Presenter - then take a screenshot. I open the PowerPoint file in PowerPoint and then run it in full screen, take a screen shot.
Comment 2 bigchris 2004-04-28 01:45:34 UTC
Created attachment 14823 [details] Screen shot of file opened in PowerPoint in full screen
Comment 3 bigchris 2004-04-28 01:46:30 UTC
Created attachment 14824 [details] Screen shot of file opened in OOo Presenter in full screen
Comment 4 bigchris 2004-04-28 02:01:36 UTC
I checked more this again more carefully. It appears that Presenter is shifting the text boxes up *two* pixels AND also shifting the text box one pixel to the right.
Comment 5 wolframgarten 2004-04-28 07:25:16 UTC
Reassigned to Christian.
Comment 6 christian.guenther 2004-04-28 08:29:19 UTC
Set to new and change the target
Comment 7 christian.guenther 2004-04-28 08:32:21 UTC
I think the shifting depends on the resolution. The shifting on my system is different to the shifting in the screenshots.
Comment 8 christian.guenther 2004-05-11 13:05:49 UTC
I think it's an rounding error. Please have a look.
Comment 9 clippka 2010-06-10 16:10:33 UTC
cannot reproduce this issue anymore. May happen if the text is a font that is not available on your system and OOo chooses a different substitute than powerpoint. Please reopen if this is still an issue for you
Comment 10 Mechtilde 2010-06-24 17:07:57 UTC
worksforme -> closed