Is it possible to use applets in the task bar like you can in Xfce (weather, analog clock, etc)? Would I have to download "Xfce goodies" to do that and can they be applied to the LXDE panel?
Also: In order to have a nice clean desktop without a bunch of icons on it, I un-ticked the "manage the desktop" option. Sweet! But on the next boot-up, my wallpaper is gone. I must "manage the desktop," again, select my wallpaper, then untick the "manage the desktop" option again. Other LXDE experiments were able to save those settings.
And one other minor annoyance is the delay between clicking on an application in the panel and it's opening. A full 4 second delay! That's slower than KDE was, for goodnessakes... so I must have done something wrong in my configuration. But if there's a way to speed that up, I'd like to know.
I appreciate this new LXDE edition, the long, hard work it must take to produce it, and the fact that your only reward for all that work is the thanks of grateful users. I love the simplicity of LXDE, and the fact that my panel(s) can be completely transparent without having to install compositing software.