As reported by Reindl Harald in phpmyadmin-users, when using the original theme, there is some extra space between the Recent tables dropdown menu and the list of databases.
True. The reason is that there is a throbber in that space, with a visibility:hidden, which is shown when the navigation is being refreshed.
Do we need to fix this then, Isaac?
Yes, I'd still say this should be fixed. Rouslan is correct; it's the throbber.
In the original theme, it seems there's quite a bit extra vertical space above and below the throbber; in pmahomme it seems there's very little. That's likely the reason it feels more awkward in the original theme.
Maybe it belongs in Feature Requests, but I still think it's valid.
Not sure how to fix this best. Reduce the spacing? Move the throbber to an absolute position not affecting the static layout?
Currently the spacing seems to be same in both shipped themes. The option would be to use display:none and toggle it, but it would also cause moving of the content....
Fixed with https://github.com/phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin/commit/c1d8d80f754bf2d9853c4b8a71d1be1358a7b6d0
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