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But I still cannot obtain the start and end attributes through TextAnimation.
Can you tell me how to correctly obtain the settings for paragraph or text animation? Thank you for any suggestions and guidance.
OS: macOS 13.2.1
JVM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (17.0.1+12-39, mixed mode, emulated-client, sharing)
Java: version 17.0.1, vendor Oracle Corporation
Thank you for your reply. As shown in the screenshot below, the animation contains blue underlined text that spans two lines. snap1.png (868.2 KB)
I think this feature can be implemented in earlier versions of PowerPoint, but in the new version, I don’t know how to do it yet. The following is the original file. 03_00_7a.ppt.zip (779.6 KB)
I save the ppt file in PowerPoint as a pptx format, then unzip the pptx file. 03_00_25.zip (966.2 KB)
In the extracted folder, I found the corresponding file. snap2.png (412.3 KB)
I hope it can be helpful to you.
I believe that using aspose, you can develop software that is as good as or even better than iSpring Converter Pro.
Unfortunately, I found that there are still several issues with missing animation attributes and formula conversion.
Once these issues are resolved, with the strongest parsing ability and the simplest API, I believe that aspose is the preferred choice for all office suite developers.
This will give developers the ability to create industry-leading products.