On Thursday 29 March 2007, Robert Lewis wrote:
Impress does not play sound on Linux.
However, it does with Openoffice on XP.
I have had an exchange with the developer and now understand
what is causing the delay on Linux. He offers this as a work around
while they are sorting out the real solution.
However, it would be nice to substitute on SUSE 10.2 fmj which is
available for SUSE 10.2 either from Packman or SUSE, I don't
remember. However, I have not got that to work.
In addition I have not been able to translate his instructions for jmf
to a working solution as yet.
If anyone knows how to get this working on SUSE and would willing
to write up something clear for the rest of that would really be neat.
Best of luck with that work-around for Impress . I have tried it till i am
blue in the face with no good report .
I have just run a fairly large Presentation (tuesday evening) and wound up
having to run that darn infestation windBloZe xp to run OOo impress on that
to get sound , Which works apart from one thing the xp version of OOo cant
read /play ogg format files just barfs at them .
I have been tring to get sound on Linux version of OOo for the past 2 years
best of luck ..
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