Emacs: introduction to the ef-themes “cyprus” theme
I just added
ef-cyprus to my
ef-themes package. This brings the
total count to 19 items, spanning a wide range of stylistic
preferences as well as technical requirements (e.g. deuteranopia,
ef-cyprus is another legible light theme with warm
colours, predominantly shades of green, yellow, teal, and red. The
name is a reference to the country I currently reside in, whose
landscapes and clear skies have served as an inspiration.
Some screen shots are provided below, though you can find pictures of all the items in the collection here: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/ef-themes-pictures. To get the best results, click to enlarge the pictures.
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). ]
Comparison between ef-day, ef-cyprus, ef-duo-light
Check out those somewhat related themes. Each triplet of images is in
the order of
Code and Org
Magit (indicative of diffs and logs)
Email listing (indicative of other listings)
Coming in version 0.9.0 (next stable release)
ef-cyprus is in development. I have been using it for several days
now and think it is in a very good state. I might still make some
changes to it, though its character is already well-defined.
Expect the next version in the coming days. I still have some other tasks to do before it is ready.
- 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