Screen shots of the Modus themes for Emacs
Demonstrating some options for various interfaces
Refer to the official manual for
the specifics of the Modus Operandi and Modus Vivendi themes (if you
have either the package installed or are using Emacs28, just evaluate
(info "(modus-themes) Top")). In short, the themes are (1)
designed to conform with the highest accessibility standard for relative
colour luminance, (2) highly customisable, (3) optimised for red-green
colour deficiency and there are options specifically for deuteranopia,
and (4) comprehensive as they cover practically every package or
interface you may want to use in your Emacs session.
The following screen shots correspond to version
1.4.0-dev and were
taken on 2021-05-05. The typeface is my modified version of
Iosevka, set at point
Enlarge the image, because the smaller size can affect your perception of what is on display.
This is what you get out-of-the-box. We try to offer a generic experience that conforms with the overarching accessibility objective of the themes, but is otherwise fairly minimalist.
Org mode styles
Org (and Markdown and others) is affected by various options that are
not specific to it. In these screenshots we cover
Some styles for code
Here we showcase the customisation options
Variations for diffs
Here we demo some variants of
modus-themes-diffs, by using Magit.
Expect the same styles for
diff-mode, Ediff, etc.
modus-themes-completions affects a lot of packages in different
ways, as explained in its doc string and in the manual. Here we use
orderless which are aligned with the aesthetic of the
default completion UI, Icomplete, Selectrum, and the like (Ivy and Helm
are treated differently).