OpenGL-accelerated Technology Comes with OpenOffice.org 2.4 (Video)

Posted in Microsoft, Office Suites, OpenDocument, OpenOffice at 12:42 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Here is one new demo among a couple.

An obligatory direct link for gnash users.

The tool which we have for turning YouTube to Ogg seems to have been broken by changes that YouTube made quite recently (and most likely deliberately).

The video was found in here, where a summary is given too.

PowerPoint’s old push-down transition has done its 15 years of service, and it’s time for it to retire. Do the sleepy faces in your meetings agree? OpenOffice.org Impress 2.4 has the answer in the form ten 3D OpenGL-rendered transitions:

* Flipping tiles
* Outside turning cube
* Revolving circles
* Turning helix
* Inside turning cube
* Fall
* Turn around
* Iris
* Turn down
* Rochade

ODF is not OpenOffice.org, in spite of Microsoft’s attempts to make it look that way [1, 2]. A lot has been said and written about systematic attempt to spread myths about OpenOffice.org (sometimes using AstroTurfers), in order to create false perceptions which defend the Cash Cow.

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