linum terminal friendly & keeps cocoa very similar #7

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gray-6 creates the closest look to the cocoa version. In the cocoa version it looks great too. One can barely notice the difference. The difference is that it is now terminal friendly which is how  I use emacs.

@senior7515 senior7515 linum terminal friendly & keeps cocoa very similar
gray-6 creates the closest look to the cocoa version. In the cocoa version it looks great too. One can barely notice the difference. The difference is that it is now terminal friendly which is how  I use emacs.
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jasonm23 commented Apr 2, 2013

I will prefer to deal with this in a better way, using defface's methods of
utilising a reduced color palette (class color (min-colors 16 ....

I will accept this pull request for the moment though, because there will
be significant effort required to restructure the theme to use the
ideal method, and I'd also like to theme all the stubbed out faces listed
in the theme first.

Thanks for the contribution I'll integrate it later today.

On Wednesday, 3 April 2013, senior7515 wrote:

gray-6 creates the closest look to the cocoa version. In the cocoa version
it looks great too. One can barely notice the difference. The difference is

that it is now terminal friendly which is how I use emacs.

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@senior7515
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Awesome, thanks! look forward to the redesign. One thing to keep in mind if you have time would be to add some defaults for helm? Anyway, if you push a new scheme, I can add in colors that make helm beautiful too.

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jasonm23 commented Apr 3, 2013

I had always intended to include helm, in fact I was surprised I haven't already stubbed it out. When I reorganise the coloring, I'll add in helm then. Soothe is essentially my model theme that I'm using to plan out my theme editor reboot, so it'll have as many modes supported as possible, and it should be easy to tune colors to a specific palette.

@jasonm23 jasonm23 merged commit 0a0b86b into emacsfodder:master Apr 3, 2013
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