Your editor. Your style.
The unified UI and editor syntax element design provides a clutter-free and fluidly merging appearance.
Beautiful code to keep focused.
The editor color scheme supports a wide range of programming languages — From bundled languages up to many popular syntax and UI third-party packages.
Supportive code surfing features like highlighting of bracket pairs are designed to stand out well from the actual code.
Comments and reference documentations are intentionally inconspicuous and less disturbing in order to keep the focus on the important elements: the source code.
Small details with unobtrusive styles.
Popular and common code editor features like search result marker and brace matching are designed to get out of your way with a visually attractive appearance.
The discreet visual style for selected code blocks ensures still easily recognizable syntax colors.
Well recognizable marker for active and context related search results.
Sane styles when running without custom configurations.
Customize UI elements like uniform mode lines to adjust Emacs overall appearance.