Now version 3.8 of Nautilus has entered Debian unstable, and my machine. Suddenly there is no menu any more, so the only way to access the bookmarks is to have a huge sidebar opened.
Thank you, Gnome, for destroying yet another one of the ways I use my desktop.
Oh, also, my desktop turned black - the background picture is gone. And there is no option to set it when right clicking the desktop any more. Great.
Update: Apparently a lot of people have experienced this same problem, leading to patches and what have you. What year is this again? 1995, the year of the Linux desktop?
Third problem: I have bound "nautilus /my/favourite/folder" to F12, because it is an easy way to open a new Nautilus window of my favourite folder. Well, now if there is such a window already, it is just focussed - no new window is opened. Exactly not what I want. Perfect.
Update: Ok, there is a
--new-window option I can use. I wonder how long it will be before it is removed.
This pisses me off.
Update: Oh, another thing I often used was to right-click on a folder and choose "Open in new window". That option has been removed. Left is "Open" and "Open in new tab". Thank you, that is very helpful.
Another update: After a nice tip in the comments (thanks, anonymous commenter), I have installed Nemo - and now I have my background, my "Open in New Window" in the context-menu, and I can access my bookmarks from the menu in each window again. God bless Cinnamon.