The original reflection image pack, just reposted because it got deleted.
Some user asked how I got the screenshot to look like it does. there are two ways you can do this
One way is to download and install the SVN version of the Murrine engine, and use apps that have support for rgba colormaps. To install this, just install the subversion package for your operating system (sudo apt-get install subversion for ubuntu, sudo zypper in subversion for opensuse and sled, sudo conary update subversion for foresight). Then run the following command:
svn co http://svn.gnome.org/svn/murrine/trunk murrine
Then cd to the newly made folder and do the usual configure-make-make-install dance. After the engine is installed, log out and back in again. It’s necessary, trust me. Then go to http://cimitan.com/murrine/rgba-support/list and find some apps you like. It’s kind of a pain in the keister, but it’s worth it if you’re into the whole must-be-sexier-than-vista-to-be-good thing.
The other way is to go into Compizconfig, and under the General section go to opacity, add a new value, set the Window Match to quot;anyquot; (without quotes) and set the opacity to ~88-95. nNote, however, that this will make EVERYTHING transparent, which can make it hard to read text
after you do that, enable the “Reflections for windows” option under the Reflection category.