DrHu wrote:I still use LXDE, and because I don't require the latest eye candy or other premium feature sets (I think people used to call that bloatware)
DrHu wrote:I only miss some reasonable features such as a menu editor (GUI based of course)
charliemoss wrote:So there seems to no information still. Does anyone know how to replace the LXDE of Lubuntu with the Linux Mint LXDE desktop.
Work on the KDE and LXDE editions started. The Linux Mint staff was increased to 3 full-time members this December in an effort to bring alternative desktop choices to users in a timely manner.
jaqian wrote:The main issue for LXDE for me is auto-login does not work. We have a shared family pc just used for surfing and have no need to lock it, would love to be able to turn it off. Have spent hours trying to do so following different forums posts but no joy.
Bob E wrote:LM LXDE 11 [has] a bunch of bugs, and one really annoying issue that can't be resolved
I gave LM LXDE 10 and 11 a try and was disappointed. Especially with 11. It's the most screaming fast LXDE I've tried, but there are a bunch of bugs, and one really annoying issue that can't be resolved in LM 11 LXDE that doesn't exist in the Lubuntu distros. I'm looking forward to trying LM LXDE 12, but until then, I'm sticking with Lubuntu for my pick as best LXDE.
charliemoss wrote:The changes to Lubuntu 12.04 should interesting. Sadly I don't see them addressing, IMHO, the main failings of LXDE.... Startup management, simple shortcut creation, etc.
not being able to create shortcuts is the biggest issue,
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