On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 3:41 PM, Matt Price <mopto...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have been fooling around a little bit with color-themes and also the new
> emacs 24+ custom themes, and find that (perhaps because of using
> desktop-mode) there are certain traces of the theming that get left behind
> in the display even when I've restarted Emacs after trying hard to erase
> them.
> One of these is the frequent appearance of pale stars even when
> org-indent-mode is turned on.  See the attached screenshot for details.
> The initial stars in a lower-level headline are visible, as are leading
> stars in front of the indented text.  I find this quite distracting! Does
> anyone know what might be causing this, how I can get rid of them, and also
> how I would in general go about figuring out how to identify the cause of
> similar appearance-related issues in Emacs?

I just navigated to org-faces.el and executed M-C-x on this defface:

(defface org-hide
  '((((background light)) (:foreground "white"))
    (((background dark)) (:foreground "black")))
  "Face used to hide leading stars in headlines.
The foreground color of this face should be equal to the background
color of the frame."
  :group 'org-faces)

problem solved.  Sorry for the noise.

> Thank you!
> Matt

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