Okay so i like Unity, but i love LXDE more, that is why i installed LXDE in my Ubuntu 12.04 64bit but there is a small problem which is not letting me use LXDE comfortably.
When i start LXDE everything loads up just fine with PCManFM controlling the desktop, but as soon as Nautilus or the xArchiver or any other Ubuntu app kicks in the desktop changes to be controlled by Nautilus which gives a lot of bugs and then after i am not able to change the desktop background and things become a lot weird, like the minimize animation goes towards the center of the screen rather than going towards the panel.
Whenever i right click on desktop and click on "Change Desktop Background" after Nautilus replaces the desktop it opens up Ubuntu "Settings Manager" which shows only 4-5 icons. I mean things gets completely messed up.
Any way i can get the normal behavior back and i also do not mind using PCManFM at all. But I just want to solve this problem.
I want is that the Ubuntu/Unity should not interfere with the LXDE Desktop Environment and i want to use PCManFM desktop just as i use it on other LXDE distros