git clone 'git://github.com/kuanyui/moe-theme.el.git'
Table of Contents - moe-theme - Screenshot - What Special? - Support - Requirements - Download - Via package.el - Manually - Customizations - Resize Titles - Colorful Mode-line and Powerline - Powerline - Too Yellow Background? - Highlight Buffer-id on Mode-line? - Have A Good Mood Today? - Live in Antarctica? - Notes - No 256-Color Output? - Paren - Not supported the mode(s) you're using? - Known Issues - Todo - License
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moe-theme.el provide good-looking™ and quite fully-supported font-faces for various modes, include:
* Diff / EDiff
* Dired / Dired+
* ERC / rcirc
* Eshell / Ansi-term
* Gnus / Message
* Helm / ido
* Org-mode / Agenda / calfw
* Magit / Git-commit / Git-gutter
* Markdown-mode / ReStructText-mode
* Auto-complete-mode / Company
* undo-tree / Neotree
* Ruby / Haskell / CPerl / Tuareg / Web-mode
* ……and More!
Moe-theme is available in MELPA repository now, so you can install
moe-theme easily with
Download the archive of
git clone it) to
~/.emacs.d/moe-theme.el and extract it. Then, add these to your init file:
;;customize theme (add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/moe-theme.el/") (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/moe-theme.el/") (require 'moe-theme)
It's impossible to satisfy everyone with one fixed theme, but
moe-theme provide some easy ways to customize itself.
There's a full customization example:
;; If you want to use powerline, (require 'powerline) must be ;; before (require 'moe-theme). (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/PATH/TO/powerline/") (require 'powerline) ;; Moe-theme (add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/PATH/TO/moe-theme/") (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/PATH/TO/moe-theme/") (require 'moe-theme) ;; Show highlighted buffer-id as decoration. (Default: nil) (setq moe-theme-highlight-buffer-id t) ;; Resize titles (optional). (setq moe-theme-resize-markdown-title '(1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.0 1.0)) (setq moe-theme-resize-org-title '(1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0)) (setq moe-theme-resize-rst-title '(1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0)) ;; Choose a color for mode-line.(Default: blue) (moe-theme-set-color 'cyan) ;; Finally, apply moe-theme now. ;; Choose what you like, (moe-light) or (moe-dark) (moe-light)
If you have any question about settings, go on and read following README to get more detailed information first.
Notice that the file
moe-theme.elis NOT a theme file, but it provide the ability for customization
So, if you just want to use
load-themeto apply ONLY
moe-themeitself and without customizations, you can skip “Customizations” chapter and just use this:
(add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/PATH/TO/moe-theme/") (load-theme 'moe-dark t) ;;or (load-theme 'moe-light t)
You may want to resize titles in
;; Resize titles (setq moe-theme-resize-markdown-title '(2.0 1.7 1.5 1.3 1.0 1.0)) (setq moe-theme-resize-org-title '(2.2 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0)) (setq moe-theme-resize-rst-title '(2.0 1.7 1.5 1.3 1.1 1.0))
Markdown should have 6 items; org has 9 items; rst has 6 items.
Make sure that these resizing settings should be placed before
The values should be lists. Larger the values, larger the fonts. If you don't like this, just leave them nil, and all the titles will be the same size.
Tired of boring blue mode-line? You can set default mode-line color. moe-theme provides 9 colors mode-line style. Add following lines after
(moe-theme-set-color 'orange) ;; (Available colors: blue, orange, green ,magenta, yellow, purple, red, cyan, w/b.)
You can also use
moe-theme-select-color to change color interactively.
Mayby you'll like
moe-theme-random-color, too; which gives you a random mood :D.
moe-theme supports Powerline, which makes mode-line looks fabulous! We recommended installing
powerline and run
Make sure that
(require 'powerline)must be placed before
(require 'moe-theme). Otherwise,
powerline-moe-themewill not be initallized.
You can add this line to your init file:
With 256-colors terminal, default yellow background of moe-light may be too yellow and harsh to eyes on some screens.
If you encounter this problem, and want to set background color to
#ffffff in terminal, set the value of
moe-light-pure-white-background-in-terminal to t. Add this line before
(setq moe-light-pure-white-background-in-terminal t)
You may be dislike default highlight on mode-line-buffer-id, now it can be disable by setting the value of
moe-theme-highlight-buffer-id to nil. Add this line before
(setq moe-theme-highlight-buffer-id nil)
I prefer a terminal with a black-on-white color scheme. I found that in the daytime, sunlight is strong and black-on-white is more readable; However, white-on-black would be less harsh to the eyes at night.
So if you like, you can add the following line to your
~/.emacs to automatically switch between
moe-light according to the system time:
By adding the line above, your Emacs will have a light theme in the day and a dark one at night. =w=+
Daytime is longer in summer but shorter in winter; or you live in a high latitude region which midnight-sun or polar-night may occur such as Finland or Antarctica?
There's a variable
moe-theme-switch-by-sunrise-and-sunset would solve your problem (default value is
If this value is
moe-theme-switcher will switch theme at fixed time (06:00 and 18:00).
If this value is
t and both
calendar-longitude are set properly, the switching will be triggered at the sunrise and sunset time of the local calendar.
Take “Keelung, Taiwan” (25N,121E) for example, you can set like this:
(setq calendar-latitude +25) (setq calendar-longitude +121)
If your terminal emulator doesn't render 256-color output correctly, set its environment variable
xterm-256color. For example:
If you are using
zsh, add following line into your
Or if you are using
Konsole, navigate to
Edit Current Profile > General > Environment > Edit and add the following line:
If you're using
tmux and it cannot display in 256-color correctly, add this to
set -g default-terminal “screen-256color”
If you use Emacs build-in
show-paren-mode, I recommend set the value of
expression for optimized visual experience:
(show-paren-mode t) (setq show-paren-style 'expression)
Can't bear a mode with an ugly looking?
moe-theme doesn't support the mode you like? It's welcome to report wishlist or issue on github, I'll try to add related settings as soon as possible. Or of course, you can push request, too. We need your feedback!
(moe-light)to your init file, the color of
buffer-idwould be incorrect after startuping CLI Emacs(but if you
M-x moe-dark/lightagain, it would be corrected immediately). I don't know why, but this issue doesn't occur in GUI version Emacs. (Tested on GNU Emacs 126.96.36.199 2014-04-11)
moe-lightand typing characters under terminal emulator (e.g. Konsole) with IM (e.g. fcitx), the string embedded in Emacs may be very insignificant (But as you output the word from IM, it turns normal).
moe-theme.el (include images) is released under GPL v3. Copyleft is so cute!