great work. I decided to give cinnamon 17.0 a try on a spare dell-laptop. Installation went fine and finished without problems.
I only have one problem: In Firefox, words I type into fields (e.g. search in youtube) are not readable. I use the standard vertex-maia-dark theme and did not change anything in the settings. I know that this is an old problem. However, it is not solved by the chrome-folder symlink method. The same happened for me in XFCE a while ago after an update. That’s why I decided not to use dark theme in XFCE. Now, there is the same thing in cinnamon. I fear there are the wrong files in the folder /usr/share/themes/Firefox/Vertex-Maia-Dark/chrome which originate from the package of the theme in the repo (as this happens to me for two desktops). I would really like to use the dark standard theming.
I furthermore like most of the new x-apps. However, I directly uninstalled xplayer as I don’t like to have all these unnecessary firefox-plugins including an old flash player plugin. Here, xplayer is too much mint for my manjaro
In the context of x-apps, I would like to know if there is a reason for a pre-installed evince alongside xreader. That seems redundant to me and I tend to uninstall evince.
Beside these minor things, I really like the new manjaro cinnamon. Thumbs up!