Valve have released a fresh update to Steam for those of you testing out the Beta, and with it comes some fixes for annoyances.
For Steam Play, there was a 'race condition' that could cause some games run through Proton to end up redownloading. Very annoying, good to see it fixed.
With the Linux version of Steam, they've also now disabled the CEF keyring integration by default as it was causing prompts to come up for both GNOME and KDE desktops to ask for a password. An issue that has been around since last year that should hopefully now be solved. You can enable it manually using "-enable-keyring" as a launch option for Steam if you really need it.
If you use Big Picture, it might now seem a little smoother as it's now using the normal desktop client's image cache for games, so it should all load quicker and work properly in offline mode. Additionally, the Steam Library got fixed for long lists of trading cards not properly wrapping in game activity sections.
Not only fixes made it in, they also added support for the 'Victrix Pro FS with Touch Pad' to Steam Input, so it should now be detected properly.
Announcement can be seen here.