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Re: Why is custom--inhibit-theme-enable not t by default?

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Why is custom--inhibit-theme-enable not t by default?
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2018 22:34:56 -0400

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  > > Doesn't the command disable-theme undo the application of a custom
  > > theme?

  > No.  Summary: There is no function that takes a snapshot
  > of the Emacs state (even, e.g., as a custom theme) before
  > applying any custom theme - which snapshot can then be used
  > to restore that pre-theme state.

Perhaps we should redesign the way themes work
so that a theme is represented by data that says what it does,
and we could turn it on and off.

Dr Richard Stallman
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