I've just installed powerline to update my emacs looks for the 21. century. I like it, but I'm bothered that the modified-buffer indicator is just a simple, barely discernible asterisk.
Is there a way to make the fact that the buffer is modified to be more eye-catching?
My config up to now is very simple:
(use-package powerline :config (setq powerline-display-buffer-size nil) (setq powerline-display-mule-info nil) (setq powerline-display-hud nil) (which-function-mode) (when (display-graphic-p) (powerline-default-theme)))
Is there a simple way to change certain faces without creating custom poweline themes (I also don't like the color of the (which-function-mode) output.
Thank you very much!