Here are a couple more bugs I've found:
One is only occasionally occurring, and it's that after I've used quick-hide to hide all my desktop icons, and then click-dragged at the edge of the screen to switch pages, the icons all suddenly reappear, but the scrolling animation of page-switching doesn't show, and instead there's an instant switch between desktop pages, and their icons. And this will continue, if I keep switching back and forth between the pages (no scrolling animation will show, but the switching of the icon layout will be instantaneous. I can cause the smooth transition animation to show again properly by using quick-hide to once again hide all the icons, and then using quick-reveal to make them all appear, and then performing the page-switching. This gets the smooth transition animation to work again.
Like I said, that bug only occurs occasionally, and not all the time.
A second bug I'm encountering is that, with multiple fences on a page, and using the roll-up feature for each fence, when I switch pages, the most recent fence which I was viewing, causing it to be rolled down, will appear, during the transition between pages, as being fully opened. And then as soon as the page-switching transition is completed, that fence will appear rolled-up, along with all of the others.
This bug also isn't consistent, and doesn't always appear. But once it does, it tends to be pretty persistent, until something, I don't know what right now, causes it to stop.
Also, I notice that if pages are switched while a fence has not completed its roll-up animation, then each time the page is switched back to that page, that fence will appear in its partially-open form, and then appear normally rolled-up after the page-transition is completed. And if pages are switched back and forth between, that last-accessed fence will, each time, appear during the page-transition as being in its semi rolled-up / open state.
Maybe that behaviour is related to the second bug I mentioned.