The checkbox in the customization mode now only increases/decreases the extra drag space, but does not remove it completely when unchecked - there are still few pixels left above the tabs - both in maximized and minimized state. I think the extra space, which is always there, may also be the cause of bug 1439834.
Noticed today this actually affects only the compact UI density. Normal and touch are OK.
Summary: [CSD] Still few fixels above the tabs are shown → [CSD] With compact UI density few fixels above the tabs are shown
Does the latest nighly fix that for you when Bug 1439834 landed?
Not completely. Seems it got better since I have reported (and I actually do not noticed that too much when using dark theme), but it's pretty visible with light themes. Here is a screenshot where you can see some extra pixels above the tabs in the compact density (on the left) compared to the default (right).
Tested in Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:61.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/61.0 ID:20180314102135.
I can confirm this bug for Fedora 27 and Firefox 60 beta 6. Highly annoying. Switching to the "Normal" density fixes it.
I cannot reproduce anymore after bug 1461093 has been fixed, so baing the reporter I am closing as a duplicate. Feel free to reopen if you still observe a problem.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: Last year
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1461093
I'm on Mint 18.3 KDE, Firefox Build ID 20180516100125, and this space is now reduced to 1px, but still here.
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
Resolution: DUPLICATE → ---
Summary: [CSD] With compact UI density few fixels above the tabs are shown → [CSD] With compact UI density few fixels above the tabs are shown (depending on Gtk theme)
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