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Floaty Panel......AWN theme by votritis Floaty Panel......AWN theme by votritis
To make it look like the preview you have to install "awn applets extras"

I use applets with this order: [AWN Main Menu]-[Seperator]-[Terminal]-[File Browser Launcher]-[Separator]-[Launcher/Taskanager]-[Expander]-[Digital Clock]-[Notification Area]-[Seperator]-.[Shut Down]
Panel offset at the advanced options has to be [0]

If you want put down the panel, at the advanced options select [Force monitor mode] and Monitor Y-offset [10]

If you have problems with choosing items behind panel you can select at Preferences : Behavior=intellihide and Autohide mode=transparency

The GTK(AWN Main Menu background) is 10101 [link]
The icons is faenza
[link]

~To make this panel i use parts from WOW gtk theme by nale12 [link]
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:iconaelthal95:
what does AWN stand for?
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:iconjohnny-retro:
Johnny-Retro Nov 30, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It didn't work, I still had the Z icon and my timer dock was still grey.
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:iconskelelonton:
I got it, thanks man!
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:iconskelelonton:
How can i get the wide blank space between the Digital clock and the Laucher/Taskmanager?
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:iconvotritis:
You have to put some(3-4) "expander" applets between Digital clock and the Laucher/Taskmanager.
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:iconfuzzyclerci:
fuzzyclerci Jun 18, 2011   Interface Designer
best
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:iconcomrade-xcommunistx:
Great and you're Greek, BONUS POINTS, do i have to download the icons also if i want it to look like yours?
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:icongamep01nt:
gamep01nt Jun 16, 2011  Student Digital Artist
how do i replace gnome panel with this? because i dont want gnome panel when i already use AWN
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:iconvotritis:
just choose autohide at panel properties
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