I've built everything have have it running now.  Most things look good, but I still use a handful of GTK apps and, for the life of me, I can't get them to use the proper theme.  If I just start up openbox without a full desktop environment, things are great and the theme can be set.  This leads me to believe that it's something that possibly lxsession is doing.

Any ideas?

On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 9:46 AM, Jerome Leclanche <adys.wh@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi lists

LXQt is now compilable and available for testing. Archlinux users will
find packages in the AUR and are able to install the *full* suite

yaourt -S libqtxdg-git liblxqt-git liblxqt-mount-git libsysstat-git
lxsession-git pcmanfm-qt-git lxqt-common-git lxqt-panel-git
lxinput-qt-git lxqt-about-git lxqt-config-git lxqt-globalkeys-git
lxqt-notificationd-git lxqt-openssh-askpass-git lxqt-policykit-git
lxqt-power-git lxqt-runner-git

Most of these modules are optional (the first few are not).

For a display manager, SDDM is recommended:
  yaourt -S sddm-git
  sudo systemctl enable sddm.service

You very well may have to start the window manager manually. Packaging
issues should be reported directly to me. Bugs can be reported on
github (https://github.com/LXDE), or in this email thread.

Ubuntu (and possibly Debian) packages are coming soon. Contact Julien
Lavergne for those.

We need people to test and more than ever improve these. There are
some killer issues currently with the panel, pcmanfm-qt, keybindings
and session management. This is not suitable for production AT ALL
yet, but I'm really hoping if a few devs join us in fixing those
issues we can get back to where Razor currently is very soon.

J. Leclanche

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