Writing with transparent backgrounds in Emacs (KM macro for changing image & theme)
For those using emacs, this will mimic an interesting Scrivener feature. The Keyboard Maestro macro will change the desktop image from a list and, if Emacs is running at the front, it will (optionally) also set a corresponding theme at your choice.
You can configure the list using the following format:
Full path:Some description:spacemacs-theme
The image above displays text in
olivetti-mode, using the great iA Writer Duospace font.
And this is the macro (I bind it to ^⌘J D):
If you need to Hide/Show Desktop Icons, you may use this script:
try set CurSet to do shell script "defaults read com.apple.finder CreateDesktop" on error set CurSet to "1" end try if CurSet is "1" then set NewSet to false else set NewSet to true end if do shell script "defaults write com.apple.finder CreateDesktop -bool " & NewSet tell application "Finder" quit try activate end try end tell
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