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Ahungry color theme for Emacs. Make sure to (load-theme 'ahungry).
ahungry-theme- (.sig), 2024-Mar-31, 80.0 KiB
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Full description

Bright and bold color theme for GNU Emacs.

If you load it from a terminal, you will be able to make use of the
transparent background.  If you load it from a GUI, it will default
to a dark background.

Old versions

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Changes since 1.8.0:
- Add eyebrowse face and rainbow-delimiters/blocks faces.

Changes since 1.7.0:
- Make helm faces easier on the eyes (less backgrounds).

Changes since 1.6.0:
- Add man/woman faces.

Changes since 1.5.0:
- Bump up font size
- Make dark blues a little brighter.

Changes since 1.4.0:
- Add Man faces
- Add button face

Changes since 1.3.0:
- Add realgud overlay arrow colors
- Reverse org-link faces for readability

Changes since 1.2.0:
- Few new faces related to helm-grep search results (poor contrast previously)
- Merge in GNU Elpa changes (avoid message clobbering in color-theme-mode)
- Add lexical binding to the top of the file

Changes since 1.1.0:
- New variable ahungry-theme-font-settings to avoid overriding user font sizes
- Add info-mode faces

Changes since 1.0.12:
- Add erc/jabber faces to begin with

Changes since 1.0.11:
- Purple is too hard to read on poor contrast monitors, use a blue

Changes since 1.0.10:
- Add faces for powerline/spaceline setup
- Reduce org-mode heading sizes slightly

Changes since 1.0.9:
- Add/adjust some of the org-mode faces

Changes since 1.0.8:
- Add even more colors for magit 2.0 face names

Changes since 1.0.7:
- Add colors for magit 2.0 face names

Changes since 1.0.6:
- Remove warning producing call to "default" background color
- Add a color update for mm-uu-extract

Changes since 1.0.5:
- Add a few colors for helm (the defaults did not work well with this theme)

Changes since 1.0.4:
- Don't circumvent normal autoloads functionality, use the comment load method

Changes since 1.0.3:
- Manually include an autoloads file to make sure
  custom-theme-load-path is filled out
- Update description to make mention of (load-theme 'ahungry) for new users