Theme Park mode
So much to see in Theme Park!
With this minor mode enabled you can cycle through your installed themes. I made it into a minor mode so that you're not limited to any particular buffer or other constraints when you want to view themes.
Designed to be deactivated (C-c C-q / down arrow) once you're done deciding on a theme.
Available on marmalade and you can install it
M-x package-install theme-park-mode or manually by dropping
theme-park-mode.el in your Emacs
M-x theme-park-mode C-c C-n / right arrow = next theme C-c C-p / left arrow = previous theme C-c C-r / up arrow = start over C-c C-q / down arrow = quit C-c C-c = show name of current theme C-c C-g = toggle global / local mode C-c C-l = toggle global / local mode C-c C-t = tag theme for inclusion in local mode C-c C-d = remove theme from local list C-c C-v = show tagged themes C-c C-s = save tagged themes for future sessions
While browsing through themes with this minor mode you can "tag" themes for a
smaller list of frequently used themes. Use
C-c C-t when on a theme you like
and it will be tagged. When you have two or more themes tagged you can go into
"local mode" with
C-c C-l and cycle between them. You can save the list for
future sessions with
Easiest to use the keybinds but you can use
theme-park-mode or edit
tpm-tagged in your init file (i.e:
(custom-set-variables '(tpm-tagged '(zenesque-dark-colors underwaterd)))) if
you want to change the list manually.
Requires Emacs v24+
You may consider this repo beta and the version on Marmalade as stable.
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If you're experiencing flashing, it's beacuse I unload the current theme before going to the next one, to avoid face tainting. So be careful if you're sensitive to that.
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Author: Rikard Glans email@example.com
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