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How can I apply a color-scheme (.el file) in emacs?

I'm looking at the directions on this site, but under the heading Installing, it asks me to move a couple of files to my Load Path. I'm not sure where these files are/where I'm supposed to get them from. Could someone point them out to me?

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marked as duplicate by Doug Harris, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Sathya Nov 16 '11 at 7:55

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

You are right, that it wasn't obvious how to actually get color-theme on that site. It seems more of a wiki for add-ons to color-theme.

Nevertheless, I did some random surfing from the site you mentioned, and i combined that with a comparison of my own installation of color-themes for Emacs. This is my tip:

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And do we use the shell from within Emacs or does the Linux Shell work as well? – efficiencyIsBliss Mar 16 '11 at 17:30

You could look at this answer on Super User as well: How can I apply a color-scheme (.el file) in emacs?.

Better yet, Emacs 24 will provide a new color theming facility as described on color theming with emacs 24 so I reckon you could simply switch to Emacs 24 today.

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