I dual boot Bodhi and LXLE (a spin of lubuntu with the LXDE desktop). I like to tweak LXDE's config files, to customize it, and just to see how far I can push it. I got tired of booting in and out so I added the Bodhi repo to the LXLE install. But not before setting a restore point with systemback. It worked like a charm. I haven't had any issues.
Just a surprise!
LXLE uses skippy-xd for window scaling (or window overview, expose). But skippy-xd is not compatable with Bodhi's Enlightenment desktop, or so I thought.
Surprise, it works with Moksha installed on LXLE, but not if I install it in my Bodhi 4.0 install. Have no clue why it works, although it does seem to open the overview in the lightdm log-in screen. But hey it works flawlessly, and I miss having it in Bodhi (ecomorph doesn't work in 4.0).
But I'm gonna have to figure out what makes the difference.