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Try loading the theme, THEN changing the background color. Your existing code allows the theme to set the color after you've changed it. (load-theme 'monokai t) (set-background-color "black")


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You can add this to the end of your .emacs file: (set-background-color "black") I've tried it on my machine and you can read more here: http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_playing_with_color_theme.html


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Try the following (setq customize-set-variable "#000000") (load-theme 'monokai t) or better see "How to change face in particular theme locally?"


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I've gotten this to work in my config (defun dotspacemacs/user-init () (setq spacemacs-theme-comment-bg nil) .... )


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