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
> 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:
'((((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."
problem solved. Sorry for the noise.
> Thank you!