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A Wash-Out from Alex. Some people, me (AlexSchroeder) for example, dislike
the strong colour Emacs uses for font-lock by default. Some less polite people
Sep 5, 2008 ... ... paren matching face, rather than some boring background or foreground color
change I like to keep my AngryFruitSalad and change the style ...
Sep 11, 2014 ... AngryFruitSalad – Get more modest font-lock faces (i.e. colorization); AnsiColor –
have Emacs interpret nasty escape sequences from ...
Feb 22, 2013 ... Concerning colors, you've just got a case of the AngryFruitSalad. Well, you don't.
HighlightChanges does. It can be a global problem in Emacs, ...
The comments at the start show how one may obtain lists of colour names and
names used for the syntactical elements. See also AngryFruitSalad.
You can use this, for example, to modify a color scheme slightly, making
everything a bit redder ( 'r' ) or lighter ( 'v' ) or less AngryFruitSalad ( 's' ) or using ...
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