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Icon Launcher for Omnimo by Leonick Icon Launcher for Omnimo by Leonick
UPDATE 11-07-14: Updated the included configuration tool to get rid of the errors some have been getting with the old one.

UPDATE 11-04-13: Repackaged to a .rmskin file. Made a few changes so it works "better" with Omnimo 3, should now get the correct background and mouseover backgrounds, no borders though.

Note: This panel was made for the original Omnimo and it hasnt really been updated for any newer versions, it works with Omnimo 3 but it's still a Omnimo 1 panel and works as one.

Yet another launcher panel by me for the Omnimo suite, this time with icons. As requested.

It's pretty similar to my last, you have two sizes, one big as a single panel with 4 icons and one which is tall as two normal panels with room for 10 icons.
Both sizes can be used with the slideshow option where the icons are hidden until you put your mouseover it and one version which uses the omnimo skin you have set and where the icons are always visible.

I have provided the same icons as those which comes with the standard omnimo launcher but you can get new icons for this just as easy as for the original.

To install this, first make sure you have downloaded and installed the Omnimo suite for Rainmeter then take the folder found inside the downloaded .zip file and put it inside the panels folder of you Omnimo folder.


Feel free to mod this but if you do release your modification of my work please do tell me and give me credit, that's all I ask.

Also, if you have an idea for any kind of panel please throw it my way :) learning rainmeter but lack ideas :P
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Northern49 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012
Alright. Sorry about being angry Feb 19, 2012. I had just started work on [link] and for some reason when I installed this skin everything was deleted. It was really, really annoying, but whatever.
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Northern49 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
Your stupid theme deleted everything in my Omnimo folder. ASJFDNDJASDJNAS... hours of work gone. Thanks a lot. :@
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Northern49 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
Go fuck yourself. Your theme deleted the entire Omnimo folder.
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Leonick Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2012
Sorry, but that's something you must have done.
My theme consist of a few images and a textfile that tell Rainmeter what to do, just like any other rainmeter skin.
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sav-domiel Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011
Ok put the LeosIconLauncher folder into c:\Users\Username\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\WP7\Panels\

but cant find the skin in the skin adding menu of omnimo-using ver.3.1 and rainmeter 2.0
Anyone know what im doing wrong?
Where should the skin be? under installed panels i recon?
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Leonick Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
It won't show up in Omnimos config gallery as that is really just a config/skin too and would have to be edited for that :p
You'll have to activate it from rainmeters menu.
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sav-domiel Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011
never mind, went to the rainbrowser and activated it
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KoRnKloWn420 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
Of course it's possible, just about ANYTHING is possible with the ability of plugins. Rainmeter itself doesn't have the functionality for this (I have looked), but all you need to do is make a plugin to ADD the functionality, all it is, is a dll file. I'm still in the early stages of learning programming, so I'm not sure how to make a plugin, however a plugin like this really can't be too hard.
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Leonick Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
Yea, there is actually people working on it on the rainmeter forums...
With that said, writing a plugin is nothing you just do, it's no easy task
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Pluma319 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
:) nice work!!!! loveit!! what would i suggest is an Omnimo stack pannel, as in rocketdock, so you could just put the folder direction, and wala!!! there is your omnimo stack!!!

:D
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