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I shrunk my .emacs.d file to the lines below in 3 scenarios. (all packages installed)

  1. The code below works as expected.
(use-package exotica-theme
  :ensure t)
(load-theme 'exotica t)
  1. The code below works as expected, too.
(use-package powerline
    :ensure t)
(require 'powerline)
(powerline-default-theme)
(set-face-attribute 'mode-line nil
                  :foreground "Black"
                  :background "DarkOrange"
                  :box nil)
  1. But if I glue them together to:
(use-package exotica-theme
  :ensure t)
(load-theme 'exotica t)


(use-package powerline
  :ensure t)
(require 'powerline)
(powerline-default-theme)
(set-face-attribute 'mode-line nil
                  :foreground "Black"
                  :background "DarkOrange"
                  :box nil)

the code doesn't work.

It looks like some of the exotica modes are taking priority over powerline settings. The colors are mixed and very difficult to read 9one black over another black. Has anyone could give me a vector out from this conflicting situation?

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