In Linux, the look of a GUI application depends on the toolkit it is based on. in LXQt, the overall look of many apps relies on the Qt framework GUI. The lxqt-config-appearance application provides all aspects of configuring the appearance of the LXQt desktop.
All the remaining major aspects of LXQt appearance rely on the active Qt widget style because the LXQt DE is based on the Qt framework.
LXQt is an advanced, easy-to-use, and fast desktop environment based on Qt technologies and ships several core desktop components, all of which are optional:
* Application launcher
* Settings center (related to this)
* Session handler
* Polkit handler
* SSH password manager
* Display manager handler
* Power manager
These components perform actions like their counterparts in other desktop environments and their names are self-descriptive. They are usually not launched manually but automatically, when an LXQt session is chosen in the Display Manager.
lxqt-session.1 LXQt module for managing the LXQt environment.
lxqt-config.1 LXQt application for general config and settings.