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[tdf-discuss] Re: zooming feature in presentation


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> But still - why LibreOffice Impress could not support as competitors
> already support?
Such zooming presentation feature could lift Impress onto
whole new level as nowadays big data practically requires. Also focusing
only to important part of presentation - well explained in videos
referred below. As Sozi is free and open-source software - it would be
possible to investigate its approach. It is known that it is based on
SVG (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Vector_Graphics). Hereby
also I propose to build whole graphics stack in LibreOffice solely onto
SVG. Also Inkscape is free and open-source software and possible to look
what and how they do.

References

* Sozi tutorials
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqazFFzUAPc4SvD1iLDgsnd5XaVuPI1N5
* Sozi documentation with examples
https://sozi.baierouge.fr/pages/30-documentation.html
* Sozi examples separately https://senshu.github.io/Sozi-demos/

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Thank you,
Edmund Laugasson


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[tdf-discuss] zooming feature in presentationEdmund Laugasson <edmund@libreoffice.org>
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