** Changed in: gtk
       Status: Incomplete => Expired

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Title:
  Unnecessary chrome when showing multiple tabs

Status in GTK+:
  Expired
Status in gnome-terminal package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: gnome-terminal

  When gnome-terminal shifts from showing a single tab to showing two or
  more tabs, it introduces unnecessary chrome on the left, bottom and
  right edges of the window. This is particularly visible when the
  terminal is maximised. Chrome on the right is masked to some extent by
  the scrollbar there, but should be eliminated as well.

  To reproduce:
   * launch gnome-terminal, showing only a single tab, maximised
   * note the lack of chrome around the edges of the screen
   * ctrl-shift-t to create a new tab

  What happens:
   * you see a gray border on the left and bottom of the screen

  What should happen:
   * there should be no gray border on the left and bottom of the screen

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