@Björn Michaelsen, thank you for the information.

I confirm that the issue is not reproduced with gtk3 backend.

I also confirm that installing libreoffice-gtk3 is indeed enough, no
need to use start option SAL_USE_VCLPLUGIN=gtk3.

But unfortunately, there is a number of gtk3-related issues. For example:
Bug #1562513 (Toolbar has a dark background in GTK3 in Ubuntu)
Bug #1527053 (Tab names unreadable in GTK3 in Ubuntu)
Thus, LO with gtk3 backend looks ugly now and, to some extent, unusable. At 
least in 16.04.

I agree that fixing the bug for almost obsolete backend is not that
important. It's better to address to the gtk3 issues.

** Tags added: gtk2

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  An empty bar appeared above the toolbar after upgrade to version 5.2

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Bug description:
  After upgrade of LibreOffice to version 5.2, an empty bar appeared between 
the toolbar and the window header. The empty bar contains only the button Close 
  If a new instance of LO window is opened from an existing LO window via 
Window -> New Window, the empty bar is absent in the new window and the UI 
looks correctly.

  Build ID: 1:5.2.0~rc4-0ubuntu1~xenial2
  installed from ppa:libreoffice/ppa

  Ubuntu 16.04 LTS amd64 Unity7

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