It is possible this problem may have been introduced by the addition
of free-motion paths I drove forward in the last major revision since
I don't recall seeing it before. On the other hand, I also don't
recall seeing them after the change either.
Does anyone know when it began to happen? Have any old versions around
we can check, for example.
On 05/01/2011 21:45, Regina Henschel wrote:
I have written
BTW: How to handle issues, which are not specific to LibreOffice? I
don't like writing issues twice.
Axel Reimer schrieb:
Am Mittwoch, den 05.01.2011, 15:39 +0100 schrieb Christophe Strobbe:
At 14:58 5/01/2011, Axel Reimer wrote:
Hello, I just opened an old presentation and recognized a display
1. Create a new Impress Presentation
2. Draw a rectangle.
3. Right-Click on the rectangle and click area.
4. Choose gradients
5. For "type" select "axial"
6. For "angle" select "90 degrees".
7. Click "ok".
8. The area of the rectangle is displayed correctly.
9. Now start the presentation and the color of the rectangle will be
Tested with Ubuntu 10.04 and LibreOffice RC2. Can anyone reproduce
this bug with the same or a different operating system? I remember
that OpenOffice.org once had this bug, too (some time ago) but it
I tried to reproduce the bug in Windows XP SP 3 (UK English edition)
with LibreOffice 3.3.0 - OOO330m17 (Build: 3).
The colour is still the same but the gradient appears as linear
instead of axial. Is that what you meant?
I am sorry - that was exactly what I meant. Do you know if this bug is
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