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Setting X-MATE-AutoRestart=false in /usr/share/applications/caja.desktop did resolve the caja spawning multiple windows problem for me from previous versions onwards. I only have to set it back to true and start a new caja instance to see the problem back in action.
Is this caused by XFCE/LXDE or is the fix as mentioned on Apr 25 not working?
I haven't tried it but I found this on Linux Mint forum: LM15 Mate Desktop Font Color
Thanks. Did not work for me. I set the background to black and added the snippet to the user's gtkrc. The fonts stayed at a light black rather than white. The odd thing is when I make a change to the desktop the fonts all change to white. Next login the fonts are black again.
does work, the "Run Application" pops up when I run it from the terminal. If you remove this line from the desktop file in addition to the "Hidden" line, then an entry appears in the menu (in System tools).