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I've been successfully using lsp-mode and magit for a while with a light theme (leuven).

Today I was messing with something seemingly unrelated (company-mode and auto-complete settings in my ~/.emacs file) and all of a sudden popups in lsp-mode + company-mode appear as if in a dark theme: enter image description here

The same goes now in magit for the area where the cursor is: enter image description here

Needless to say, it's all unreadable now!

How can I get the light colours back?

My ~/.emacs contents are here, if it helps: https://pastebin.com/Hph4VXvH

Thanks!

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The problem was this from my ~/.emacs file:

'(frame-background-mode 'dark)
'(hl-sexp-background-color "#1c1f26")

I'm not really sure how it got there, but setting frame-background-mode to nil (so that it will be set according to theme) and commenting the second line did the trick:

 '(frame-background-mode 'nil)
 ;; '(hl-sexp-background-color "#1c1f26")
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Can you try editing the following entries in your ~/.emacs? For example, you can comment them out and check the effect.

'(pos-tip-background-color "#F3E7D3")
 '(pos-tip-foreground-color "#79716c")
 '(vc-annotate-background nil)
 '(vc-annotate-color-map
   '((20 . "#d54e53")
     (40 . "#e78c45")
     (60 . "#e7c547")
     (80 . "#b9ca4a")
     (100 . "#70c0b1")
     (120 . "#7aa6da")
     (140 . "#c397d8")
     (160 . "#d54e53")
     (180 . "#e78c45")
     (200 . "#e7c547")
     (220 . "#b9ca4a")
     (240 . "#70c0b1")
     (260 . "#7aa6da")
     (280 . "#c397d8")
     (300 . "#d54e53")
     (320 . "#e78c45")
     (340 . "#e7c547")
     (360 . "#b9ca4a")))
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  • Thanks for the suggestion, but commenting those lines did not fix the issue, unfortunately. Anything else I could have a look at? I thought that part of my .emacs file was autogenerated by the custom theme... at least for sure I did not intentionally fill it out. Oct 9 at 11:54

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