Created attachment 130273 [details]
Notebook body (white area in the attached screenshot) lacks border and has unnecessary padding.
The padding problem is in Right Click - Edit Style. Adding Ux team for advise...
It's likely a result from the changes to the area tab, similar to bug 103225. But even without a fix size and better alignment as requested in bug 105259 the content of the area tab will define the minimum dialog size.
(In reply to Heiko Tietze from comment #2)
> It's likely a result from the changes to the area tab, similar to bug
> 103225. But even without a fix size and better alignment as requested in bug
> 105259 the content of the area tab will define the minimum dialog size.
How could it be related to the changes, when reporter is on 5.2.4?
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #3)
> How could it be related to the changes, when reporter is on 5.2.4?
Good point. I'm apparently primed by white space.
I guess with unnecessary padding you mean the white space between the summary text and the bottom? That's a WONTFIX because the dialog size is defined by the controls and when another tab contains more stuff this one defines the minimum width and height. Otherwise the dialog would be resize every time you switch to another tab.
About the border it depends on your desktop environment. In case if Unity the border is not shown anymore. LibreOffice follows the system default.
Setting to NEEDINFO in case I'm wrong.
Created attachment 130445 [details]
Screenshot of libreoffice page style
No, I attached new screenshot, two black lines in the screenshot are unnecessary padding.
Created attachment 130446 [details]
Screenshot of gtk+ page style
Screenshot of gtk+ notebook
Created attachment 130449 [details]
Native gtk3 in background, emulated in foreground
Here is how it looks with a built from master. In the background I started LibO in a virtual machine with Ubuntu (default settings with Ambiance theme), the foreground is my host with LXQt and Breeze-gtk emulation of Gtk apps. And I get exactly your result when I set the default style to Emacs. So my guess is that you run a Qt based desktop environment (KDE) and use this setting at System Setting > Application Style > Gnome Application Style > Gtk Themes.
No, i am using GNOME 3.22 on ArchLinux.
(In reply to Trinh Anh Ngoc from comment #9)
> No, i am using GNOME 3.22 on ArchLinux.
What theme do you run? And what happens when you chance it?
I use default theme (Adwaita). I tried Numix theme and saw same problem.
Created attachment 130450 [details]
Seem be a regression. On LibreOffice 5.1.2 (Fedora 24), page style has full border. It still has unnecessary padding, though.
Hm, I bet it's a regression of your theme. Setting to UNCONFIRMED for the QA experts. Design wise the system theme has to be respected. Not more to advice here.
Created attachment 135871 [details]
libreoffice tab and gtk+ tab comparison screenshot
(In reply to Trinh Anh Ngoc from comment #14)
> Created attachment 135871 [details]
> libreoffice tab and gtk+ tab comparison screenshot
Arch Linux 64-bit, KDE Plasma 5
Build ID: 507247697dc6c4a41fe17a29d522511f97040738
CPU threads: 8; OS: Linux 4.12; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI.UTF-8); Calc: group
Built on August 29th 2017
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That particular dialog is now all native gtk3 widgets under GNOME so follows theme correctly now