UI - Emacs Looks Cool

I never click any buttons in the menu-bar/tool-bar, nor need the scroll-bar to tell me the cursor position the in the buffer, so I removed all of them to have minimalist GUI of Emacs.

(tool-bar-mode -1)
(menu-bar-mode -1)
(scroll-bar-mode -1)

Mode-line contains most of the relevant information about the buffer, Git status, Major mode, clock info, and current time. I disable the display of minor modes, there are just too many and almost all are irrelevant.

(display-time-mode)
(require 'smart-mode-line)
(setq powerline-arrow-shape 'curve)
(setq powerline-default-separator-dir '(right . left))
(setq sml/theme 'powerline)
(setq sml/mode-width 0)
(setq sml/name-width 20)
(rich-minority-mode 1)
(setf rm-blacklist "")
(sml/setup)

I use the Adobe’s Source Code Pro font, it is Monospaced font and claimed to be suitable for coding environments. But I use it for all modes.

(set-default-font "Source Code Pro" nil t)
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :height 100)

I have been using zenburn theme for a while. It is a popular low contrast colour theme and easy on the eye. Occasionally I apply tsdh-dark theme on the top when I really need to focus on.

;; (when window-system
;;   (load-theme 'zenburn t))