A smoke-colored, transparent image for the GNOME panel. After searching in vain for a decent fix for GNOME's crappy handling of transparency in the panel, I made my own. In order to get it to work with any theme, find the file in your theme's folder named gtkrc and back it up. Open the file with a text editor and find the line labeled style "panel"=...; beneath this should be a line reading bg_pixmap=normal; comment this out using #. Note that some themes (such as those from the Bisigi Project) use a file named "panel.rc" instead. You'll likely have to change your font colors as you change backgrounds, as well. If you wanna make something similar, just use a canvas of the same size in your choice of image editor, using the gradient tool and a guassian blur.