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I have just downloaded a matrix theme name matrix-theme-source-code.el and I want to install it on my emacs, I have read that I should do the following thing in my .emacs :-

(add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/themes/")

(load-file "~/.emacs.d/themes/matrix-theme-source-code.el")

After doing this, I tried to do M-x and customize-themes Ret It should display me my theme but there's is no theme, except the default themes provided by the emacs.

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This is what I have to load my preferred theme (named "foo" in this example):

(setq custom-safe-themes t)
(load-theme 'foo 'noconfirm)

First check your logs with C-h e, it might say why your theme isn't being applied.

custom-safe-themes can be t or a list of themes. Since themes can contain arbitrary code, it's better to whitelist the ones you use, but for testing set it to t.

Check that you definitely installed the theme correctly. load-theme says the file should be named foo-theme.el. load-theme calls enable-theme at the end, so if you use load-file instead you might need to do (enable-theme 'foo).

You might also like the theme calmer-forest in melpa.

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