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Re: themes are not loaded properly for Emacs24


From: Jambunathan K
Subject: Re: themes are not loaded properly for Emacs24
Date: Fri, 09 Nov 2012 10:08:04 +0530
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3.50 (gnu/linux)

I think what you are looking for could be done via

    M-x customize-themes RET

You may want to `Select more than one theme' and then later `migrate
your settings into a theme'.

This is what the commands show in my case:

    ,----
    | Type RET or click to enable/disable listed custom themes.
    | Type ? to describe the theme at point.
    | Theme files are named *-theme.el in `custom-theme-load-path'.
    | 
    |  Note: Your custom settings take precedence over theme settings.
    |        To migrate your settings into a theme, click here.
    | 
    |  Save Theme Settings 
    | [ ] Select more than one theme at a time
    | 
    | Available Custom Themes:
    | [ ] adwaita -- Face colors similar to the default theme of Gnome 3 
(Adwaita).
    | [ ] deeper-blue -- Face colors using a deep blue background.
    | [ ] dichromacy -- Face colors suitable for red/green color-blind users.
    | [ ] light-blue -- Face colors utilizing a light blue background.
    | [ ] manoj-dark -- Very high contrast faces with a black background.
    | [ ] misterioso -- Predominantly blue/cyan faces on a dark cyan background.
    | [ ] tango-dark -- Face colors using the Tango palette (dark background).
    | [ ] tango -- Face colors using the Tango palette (light background).
    | [ ] tsdh-dark -- Minor tweaks to the Emacs dark-background defaults.
    | [ ] tsdh-light -- Minor tweaks to the Emacs white-background defaults.
    | [ ] wheatgrass -- High-contrast green/blue/brown faces on a black 
background.
    | [ ] whiteboard -- Face colors similar to markers on a whiteboard.
    | [ ] wombat -- Medium-contrast faces with a dark gray background.
    `----




> I have found the part causing the problem
>
> (setq skk-server-host "localhost")
> (setq skk-server-portnum 1178)
> ;;--------------------------------------------------
> (let ((default-directory (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/lisp")))
> (add-to-list 'load-path default-directory)
> (if (fboundp 'normal-top-level-add-subdirs-to-load-path)
> (normal-top-level-add-subdirs-to-load-path)))
> (setq skk-large-jisyo "~/.emacs.d/share/skk/SKK-JISYO.L")
> (require 'skk-autoloads)
> (global-set-key "\C-x\C-j" 'skk-mode)
> (global-set-key "\C-xj" 'skk-mode)
> (global-set-key "\C-xt" 'skk-tutorial)
>
> SKK is Japanese input system, which is very important for me.
> And this setting is copied from Emacs23's.
> Do you see any problem?
>
> soichi
>
> 2012/11/9 ishi soichi <address@hidden>
>
>     > How about disable-theme before loading a new one.
>     
>     
>     thanks but it doesn't make much difference. I was guessing that
>     old Emacs23 settings including themes are loaded somewhere. But
>     no, the new setting does not include any theme at all.
>     
>     
>     soichi
>     
>     
>     
>     
>     
>     2012/11/8 Shimon Cohen <address@hidden>
>     
>     
>         How about disable-theme before loading a new one.
>         
>         
>         
>         
>         On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 2:19 AM, ishi soichi
>         <address@hidden> wrote:
>         
>         Emacs Version 24.2 (9.0)
>             
>             MacOSX SnowLeopard 10.6.8
>             
>             
>             From my understanding, Emacs24 has the build-in theme
>             functionality.
>             but after Emacs is booted up, I cannot change the theme as
>             I want it to.
>             
>             
>             For the initial setup, I put 
>             
>             
>             (load-theme 'tango-dark t)
>             
>             
>             
>             then the first screenshot shows the Emacs window.
>             After that, I implement M-x load-theme dark-blue
>             the second screenshot is what the result looks like. The
>             result appears slightly different but not entirely.
>             
>             
>             It seems like "the first loaded theme cannot be
>             overridden".
>             
>             
>             Can anyone guess what the problem is?
>             
>             
>             soichi
>             
>             
>
>         
>
>     
>
>

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