face-shift lets the user shift the colours in a buffer uniformly
towards a certain hue. This is done by linearly transforming the default
colours of a face, and then applying this transformed/shifted colour
just to this buffer, thus not changing all faces at once.
My recommendation is to use no theme when
face-shift is in use, to
avoid confusion, although it certainly is possible.
Using MELPA and
use-package, a minimal setup might look
something like this:
(use-package face-shift :config (face-shift-mode t))
The main function for users is
face-shift-mode, that turns on a global
minor mode, to shift all the faces in all buffers.
This will shift the fore- and background colours of all faces in
face-shift-faces, according to
face-shift-shifts. This variable is
an alist of the form
(MAJOR-MODE . COLOUR-STRING). This means that
face-shift-setup will iterate the list for so long until the current
major mode is derived from a
MAJOR-MODE, and will then use
COLOUR-STRING to shift all colours. Modify this variable to customise
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face-shfit.el is distributed under the CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public
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