- A Triplet of themey goodness.
- Full colored gui and modern 256 color terminal support only.
Ample Theme is on Melpa, ensure that Melpa is added to your package archives, then use
;; then in your init you can load all of the themes ;; without enabling theme (or just load one) (load-theme 'ample t t) (load-theme 'ample-flat t t) (load-theme 'ample-light t t) ;; choose one to enable (enable-theme 'ample) ;; (enable-theme 'ample-flat) ;; (enable-theme 'ample-light) ;; Or, if you use `use-package', do something like this: (use-package ample-theme :init (progn (load-theme 'ample t t) (load-theme 'ample-flat t t) (load-theme 'ample-light t t) (enable-theme 'ample-flat)) :defer t :ensure t)
You can use the following example to customize ample theme in a way that won’t affect other themes.
For example, some users prefer to use a different color for strings or the region for more contrast.
(with-eval-after-load "ample-theme" ;; add one of these blocks for each of the themes you want to customize (custom-theme-set-faces 'ample ;; this will overwride the color of strings just for ample-theme '(font-lock-string-face ((t (:foreground "#bdba81"))))))
If you get ugly colors in terminal:
# throw this in your ~/.bash_profile export TERM="xterm-256color"
All Three Themes:
Font is Envy Code R