Sanitize height, border and padding of gr-autocomplete

Remove --gr-autocomplete. Always put border, border-radius, padding
on gr-autocomplete, unless it is classified as "borderless".

Add a border-radius also to the gr-autocomplete-dropdown. Makes it
look nicer.

Adjust the vertical offset of where the dropdown is shown in
gr-autocomplete to 31px, which matches the default styles. Only needs
a different value in gr-account-entry, where no border and no padding
is used.

Drop height:2em from gr-autocomplete usages, which makes it fall back
to height being calculated from border, padding, line-height as usual.

Also drop height:2em from input,select,textarea form styles, and
align their padding to 4px as used everywhere else.

Align also the standard border-radius and padding of input with that
of gr-autocomplete.

Change-Id: If3e1434f206f50577b926b3f35b624636534926b
13 files changed
tree: c8a9fc4935f211b389c2e94b4d8dd3e6b478eb94
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