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2.1.1148 Part 1 Section 19.5.33, cTn (Common Time Node Properties)

a. The standard does not specify how to interpret a presetID attribute value of 0.

PowerPoint interprets the value of 0 on the presetID attribute as being equivalent to the custom setting.

b. The standard does not state a default value for the dur attribute.

PowerPoint uses a default value of 0 for the dur attribute.

c. The standard states that the values of the repeatCount attribute are defined by the ST_TLTime simple type.

PowerPoint will not run the time node to completion if the value of the repeatCount attribute is less than 1000.

d. The standard does not state a default value for the restart attribute.

PowerPoint uses a default value of always for the restart attribute.

e. The standard states that the restart attribute specifies if a node is to restart when it completes its action.

PowerPoint uses the restart attribute to specify whether a node is able to restart when it completes its action.

f. The standard does not state a default value for the display attribute.

PowerPoint uses a default value of true for the display attribute.

g. The standard states that the display attribute describes whether the state of the time node is visible or hidden.

PowerPoint uses the display attribute to specify whether the time node is visible in the user interface.

h. The standard places no restrictions on the value of the grpId attribute.

PowerPoint requires that value of the grpId attribute match the grpId attribute of a child element contained within the bldLst element.

i. The standard does not state a default value for the afterEffect attribute.

PowerPoint uses a default value of false for the afterEffect attribute.

j. The standard states that the afterEffect attribute specifies whether there is an after effect applied to the time node.

PowerPoint uses the afterEffect attribute to specify whether this time node is an after-effect.

k. The standard does not state a default value for the nodePh attribute.

PowerPoint uses a default value of false for the nodePh attribute.

l. The standard states that the tmFilter attribute can be of type string.

In PowerPoint, the string value is expected to be a list of semicolon separated time value pairs, such as “t1, t1’;t2,t2’;…”. In this example, each t is the normalized local time for the element (values range from 0.0 – 1.0), and t’ is the warped time to be used for the element’s local time.

m. The standard places no restrictions on the value of the evtFilter attribute.

PowerPoint requires that the value of the evtFilter attribute be cancelBubble for triggered sequences.

n. The standard states that the syncBehavior attribute specifies how the time node synchronizes to its group.

PowerPoint does not support the syncBehavior attribute.

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