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I created a theme which I stored in ~/.emacs.d/themes/, added this directory to custom-theme-load-path, and put (load-theme "the-theme.el") in my init.el. Now restarting emacs, I get prompted whether really to load, and then whether to consider safe in future. I said yes to both and confirmed that the file's SHA256 sum was put into init.el. But: next time I restart emacs, I get asked again! What am I missing? Running 26.1.

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    Are you trying to load the theme before your customized variables (with the checksum) have been established in your init file? – phils Jan 6 at 3:05
  • @phils, you're right. That part of the init was handled by custom, and I didn't consider that my init.el.org was loaded above. – Toothrot Jan 6 at 9:39
  • Great. I've added that as an answer (on the assumption that it did fix the problem). – phils Jan 6 at 22:26
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Bearing in mind that the init file is an elisp program which is evaluated in sequence, you need to ensure that the call to load-theme happens after the customized variables have been evaluated; otherwise Emacs doesn't know (yet) that the theme is safe to load.

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