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Re: Setting color themes specific to a frame

From: Adam
Subject: Re: Setting color themes specific to a frame
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 09:52:21 +0100

suvayu ali <> writes:

> Hi Adam,
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 05:57, Adam <> wrote:
>> I am using emacs 24, and really enjoy the new color theme feature.  I
>> have one little issue, though.  I am using one emacs daemon instance,
>> and lots of instances.  Some using X11-Frames, some on plain terminals.
>> Is there any method to get the color theme just enabled on X11-frames,
>> but fall back to the default color theme on terminals - or, more
>> general - is there a method to set a color theme only for one specific
>> frame, without affecting the other frames?
> If you are not using emacs --daemon, then I believe the solution lies
> in the color-theme library. Setting color-theme-is-global to nil
> should give you the behaviour you are looking for. For some hint you
> can look here:
> <>

my emacs (GNU Emacs (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version
2.20.1)) does not have color-theme-is-global.  It is pretty much what I
want, though.

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