The ef-themes now include two tritanopia-friendly themes
I just added two themes which are optimised for users with blue-yellow colour deficiency/blindness (tritanopia). In simple terms, these themes rely on red and cyan hues and apply them consistently throughout all interfaces or contexts. They complement my efforts to make themes—and, by extension, Emacs at-large—accessible to all users.
ef-themes are a collection of light and dark themes for GNU
Emacs whose goal is to provide colourful (“pretty”) yet legible
options for users who want something with a bit more flair than the
modus-themes (also designed by me). As a reminder, the
ef-themes also include items optimised for red-green colour
deficiency (deuteranopia). ]
Some screen shots are provided below, though also check all the themes here: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/ef-themes-pictures.
Coming in version 0.8.0 (next stable release)
ef-tritanopia-light themes are in active
development. What is currently on offer is in a good state, though I
might still make some minor refinements. Expect this and other
updates to be widely available via GNU ELPA in about a week or so.
- Package name (GNU ELPA):
- Official manual: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/ef-themes
- Change log: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/ef-themes-changelog
- Sample pictures: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/ef-themes-pictures
- Git repo on SourceHut: https://git.sr.ht/~protesilaos/ef-themes
- Mailing list: https://lists.sr.ht/~protesilaos/ef-themes
- Backronym: Extremely Fatigued of Themes Having Exaggerated Markings, Embellishments, and Sparkles.