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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 120392] Impress wizard crashes when I set presentation type to automatic and pause duration zero
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2012 23:30:14 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=120392

Shahnaz <neena37@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Shahnaz <neena37@gmail.com> ---
PC and Test Environment:
OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Version 2002) Service Pack 3
CPU: Intel (R) Core (TM) 2 6600 @2.40 GHz
RAM: 2.00 GB
Apache Open Office 3.4.0 Win x86 AOO340m1 build; 9590 Rev 1327774
Demo ID: TssAOOP (Test case Apache Open Office Presentation)
Product: Presentation, Component: Formatting, Keyword: Crash, Version: AOO
3.4.0

Summary: The impress wizard crashes when I set presentation type to automatic.
I have chosen the value of both duration of page and pause to zero under the
presentation wizard and compiled the slideshow. I found that the escape button
does not work while the slideshow is still running and when I tried to close
the presentation by clicking right button option called ‘End show’; the system
crashed with unexpected error. Slideshow seems to work fine except for zero and
negative values. Similar occurrences found if I happen to choose a new database
and run the slideshow from the presentation wizard. I was able reproduce the
bug successfully.

Test case ID TssAOOP1: 

Entity title: Create a new presentation by selecting zero duration time for
page and pause and run slideshow.

Pre-requisites: Download and install Apache Open Office 3.4.0 in your system if
it does not exist.

Procedure:  
1.    Start Open Office org 3.4.0 
2.    Select product Presentation
3.    Choose type as ‘From Template’ under presentation wizard and click ‘Next’
4.    You can choose any output medium and click ‘Next’ again
5.    Select  presentation type as ‘Automatic’ under the presentation wizard 3
6.    Set values zero to both duration of page and duration of pause options
7.    Click ‘Create’
8.    Run slideshow from the top menu bar or clicking F5 key
9.    a)Try to stop slideshow by escape key or,
b) Stop slideshow by clicking right button option called ‘End show’

Expected result: 
    Once the escape button or end show option is clicked the slideshow should
be stopped successfully 

 Actual result: The system crashed with unexpected error message and recovery
option.

Test case ID TssAOOP2: 

Entity title: Create a new presentation by selecting default duration time and
run slideshow.
Pre-requisites: Download and install Apache Open Office 3.4.0 in your system if
it does not exist.
Procedure:  
1.    Follow steps 1 to 4 of previous test case
2.    Select  presentation type as ‘Default’  under the presentation wizard 3
3.    Click ‘Create’
4.    Run slideshow from the top menu bar or clicking F5 key
5.    a)Try to stop slideshow by escape key or,
b) Stop slideshow by clicking right button option called ‘End show’

Expected result: 
    Once the escape button or end show option is clicked the slideshow should
be stopped successfully 

Actual result: The slideshow stopped successfully without any error.

Test case ID TssAOOP3: 

Entity title: Create a new presentation by selecting negative duration time for
pause and run slideshow.

Pre-requisites: Download and install Apache Open Office 3.4.0 in your system if
it does not exist.

Procedure:  
1.Follow all the steps like Test case ID TssAOOP1 except select the duration
pause value to -1

Expected result: A warning message should come when try to input any negative
value and once the escape button or end show option is clicked the slideshow
should be stopped successfully 

Actual result: Result reproduce the bug, Impress wizard crashed.

Comment:
I believe this bug could be considered as a priority (low or medium) issue as
any user can choose the duration time zero without understanding what can be
happened once the slideshow initialized. Although the slideshow page duration
is set to 10 sec by default, if the user inputs the value to zero by mistake
there is a definite chance the system will crash.

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