You mean you’re using Timeshift to backup /home/ or you’ve pointed Timeshift to create backups there (don’t do that)? I use Timeshift as directed (system backups only) and Back In Time to backup /home/ and another partition.
Surely you jest. I use the Manjaro unstable branch and I’m the one that syncs Arch stable to Manjaro unstable. I have updates installed before anyone else does.
❯ pacman -Qi timeshift rsync | grep Version
Version : 21.09.1-3
Version : 3.2.4-1
EDIT: I’ve unmarked the solution as downgrading packages is not supported. It may be a temporary workaround, but I do not recommend it.
I did a backup with timeshift after the update and before i started messing with my system because i had audio/video problems because i had removed Pipewire a while ago as it was not working right for me back then, now Gnome 4.2 seems to be defaulting to Pipewire so had to remove pulse and re-install Pipewire, audio/video playback is now working again on Gnome 4.2, after that i did another timeshift backup and it’s working fine for me, so guess I’m lucky this time.