Created attachment 100158 [details]
Bottom Toolbar Separator in 3.6 (top) and 4.3 beta (bottom)
When a toolbar shows up at the bottom, like the table toolbar in writer, the black separator has moved to the bottom in 4.0 and above. Tested on Linux. In Windows 7 there are no toolbar row separators.
Created attachment 100159 [details]
how the toolbar looks in windows 7
Separators are really needed in windows 7.
I see the separator at the top and bottom were there in 3.6 in Windows. :)
There are no borders in 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 LibreOffice versions.
Look at the file "Default UI" to see the actual UI.
Look at the file "Mockup UI" to see what is the option proposed.
(could be in Tools > Options... > LibreOffice > View ?)
Created attachment 100175 [details]
Default UI (4.2)
Created attachment 100176 [details]
Mockup UI (4.2)
Created attachment 100177 [details]
Default UI (4.2) CORRECT
Sorry, the previous version was 4.1, this is the correct "Default UI"
I'm running Linux Mint 13 Mate.
I'm running openSUSE 13.1 KDE.
Just to be clear, a separator is appearing with the bottom toolbar, but its appearing at its bottom, right above the top separator for the statusbar. So i'd like the separtor moved back to the top, similar to 3.6.
Created attachment 100759 [details]
LibO 3.6 VS 4.0 with Mint-X theming
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Issue is still present. Tested on Linux Mint 17.1 XFCE.
Build ID: 5a2d6bf3a94f127307d6a9464033b2226508ff38
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@70-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2015-08-21_06:31:09
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Migrating Whiteboard tags to Keywords: (bibisectRequest)
I don't see this as a candidate for bibisectRequest - there's no evidence that this is a regression. Toolbars were moved to the bottom - with that came the changed border. There's never a time when it was on the bottom and the border was the way you propose. Removing bibisectRequest - if a developer thinks it would be useful feel free to add it again and let me know what behavior we're comparing....would it just be a bibisect to determine when the toolbar was moved to the bottom? Is there a time when it was on the bottom and the border was on top?
I'd suggest even removing the "regression" keyword but I'll leave that to others to decide.
Adding keyword 'bibisectRequest'.
Xisco, Aron, Raal: can any of you guys bibisect this issue, as it still affects me today.
Sorry, it looks the same for me in the oldest and latest commit in Linux 43all repo (without a dark top border). Ubuntu 14.04.