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Description of problem:
If I change the resolution of my screen using xrandr (using the
utility under Preferences->Screen Resolution) then OpenOffice.org
applications (in particular Impress) get the resolution calculations
all messed up. When changing from 1680x1050 (the initial X resolution)
to 1400x1050 all the fonts and images displayed by OO.org get
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start X using initial resolution (default in XF86Config)
2. Open a presentation in OO.org Impress (everything shows OK)
3. Close Impress
4. Switch X resolution using xrandr (utility Preferences->Screen
5. Open the same presentation again (it shows distorted)
Actual Results: After the resolution change all the font metrics and
other resolution related calculations get broken, causing text to be
compressed and or expanded horizontally or vertically.
Expected Results: OO.org should correctly get the screen dimensions
and calculate font metrics and others accordingly.
Appears fixed in 1.1.2-5 and later in rawhide.