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To do this we only need to change two lines in the Configuration Editor. Here's how to do it:

1. Press Alt + F2 and enter:
gconf-editor

2. In gconf editor, navigate to apps > panel > applets > clock_screen > prefs

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3. In the custom_format field, write:
<span size="smaller" color="#c8c8c8">%a %d %b </span> <b>%H:%M</b>
In the color field, write the color in hexadecimal format. That will be the color of the date.

4. In the "Format" field (still in apps > panel > applets > clock_screen > prefs), write: custom

5. Close the configuration editor (gconf-editor) and see the changes on our desktop.

Of course, you can play with the code above and change it anyway you want.

To reset this, re-open the Configuration Editor, leave the "custom_format" field blank and in the "format" field, enter 12-hour or 24-hour.

[via tuxapuntes]
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