A lot of things we never source has been removed for simplicity. Also, while here, tune a bit on js2-mode.
This should probably be hacked some more to make it more like the Acme-mouse, but this is close enough for now.
The other font setting was smaller, but I am not too sure I liked it as much as this setting.
I really like bar-style cursors, but there are some things which Emacs doesn't do too well with them. The most important is that Emacs, when you click, treats the *glyph* as the thing you clicked and not the *space* in between the glyph. This makes it hard to use a bar-style cursor since it assumes you are clicking in between. So in turn you select the wrong character. Argh! Also there is some visually hard things to get into grips with when considering the bar-style cursor. It is harder to see, so you almost need blinking enabled, but I don't particularly like blinking cursors since they distract me, when I am typing. So kill the blinking, but take the block-cursor.
I like my cursors a bit smaller than the default block, and while I am here, set the global gl-line-moe so it is easy to see where the cursor is in the document.
Improve the font section and the archive section.
It looks a bit better and is easier to read. On the other hand the price is that we have a couple less lines we can see, but that screen estate is mostly taken up by other stuff.
This matches way better than the other setting I've had.
This simplifies a lot of things since el-get can now provide the data sources rather than being provided from ourselves.