DOOM Themes is an opinionated UI plugin and pack of themes extracted from my emacs.d, inspired by some of my favorite color themes.
Table of Contents
- Color themes:
- Flagship themes
- Additional themes
doom-city-lights(thanks to fuxialexander)
doom-dracula(thanks to fuxialexander)
doom-Iosvkem: adapted from Iosvkem (thanks to neutaaaaan)
doom-molokai: based on Textmate's monokai
doom-nord(thanks to fuxialexander)
doom-nord-light(thanks to fuxialexander)
doom-opera(thanks to [jwintz])
doom-opera-light(thanks to [jwintz])
doom-nova: adapted from Nova (thanks to bigardone)
doom-peacock: based on Peacock from daylerees' themes (thanks to teesloane)
doom-solarized-light: light variant of Solarized (thanks to fuxialexander)
doom-sourcerer: based on Sourcerer (thanks to defphil)
doom-spacegrey: I'm sure you've heard of it (thanks to teesloane)
doom-tomorrow-night: by Chris Kempson
doom-tomorrow-day: by Chris Kempson (thanks to emacswatcher)
doom-mono-light: a minimalistic, monochromatic theme
doom-tron: based on Tron Legacy from daylerees' themes
- Included features:
(doom-themes-visual-bell-config): flash the mode-line when the Emacs bell rings (i.e. an error occurs).
all-the-icons' fonts to be installed:
(doom-themes-org-config): corrects and improves some of org-mode's native fontification.
org-todo' &org-headline-done' faces to make them respect underlying faces (i.e. don't override the :height or :background of underlying faces).
- Make statistic cookies respect underlying faces.
- Fontify item bullets (make them stand out)
- Fontify item checkboxes (and when they're marked done), like TODOs that are marked done.
- Fontify dividers/separators (5+ dashes)
- Fontify #hashtags and @at-tags, for personal convenience; see
doom-org-special-tagsto disable this.
- Resources that may interest you:
- To get dimmed sidebars and brighter source buffers (like in the screenshots), see solaire-mode.
- To get line number highlighting for
nlinum-highlight-current-lineto non-nil (or see hlinum for
- AnthonyDiGirolamo added doom-one (screenshot) and doom-molokai (screenshot) skins to airline-themes.
- I'm working on making my modeline more accessible. In the meantime, check out my mode-line configuration in my emacs.d.
M-x package-install RET doom-themes
A comprehensive configuration example:
(require 'doom-themes) ;; Global settings (defaults) (setq doom-themes-enable-bold t ; if nil, bold is universally disabled doom-themes-enable-italic t) ; if nil, italics is universally disabled ;; Load the theme (doom-one, doom-molokai, etc); keep in mind that each theme ;; may have their own settings. (load-theme 'doom-one t) ;; Enable flashing mode-line on errors (doom-themes-visual-bell-config) ;; Enable custom neotree theme (all-the-icons must be installed!) (doom-themes-neotree-config) ;; or for treemacs users (doom-themes-treemacs-config) ;; Corrects (and improves) org-mode's native fontification. (doom-themes-org-config)
If you use
linumin org-mode, the larger headline sizes in some themes could bleed into the line numbers.
Fix this by setting :height explicitly for your line number plugins, after you've loaded the theme. e.g.
(let ((height (face-attribute 'default :height))) ;; for all linum/nlinum users (set-face-attribute 'linum nil :height height) ;; only for `linum-relative' users: (set-face-attribute 'linum-relative-current-face nil :height height) ;; only for `nlinum-relative' users: (set-face-attribute 'nlinum-relative-current-face nil :height height))
I welcome contributions of any kind, be they pull requests, bug reports or elisp pointers. Additional theme and plugin support requests are welcome too.