The QStyleFactory class creates QStyle objects. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide6.QtWidgets.QStyleFactory


Static functions#


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Detailed Description#

The QStyle class is an abstract base class that encapsulates the look and feel of a GUI. QStyleFactory creates a QStyle object using the create() function and a key identifying the style. The styles are either built-in or dynamically loaded from a style plugin (see QStylePlugin ).

The valid keys can be retrieved using the keys() function. Typically they include “windows” and “fusion”. Depending on the platform, “windowsvista” and “macos” may be available. Note that keys are case insensitive.

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class PySide6.QtWidgets.QStyleFactory#
static PySide6.QtWidgets.QStyleFactory.create(arg__1)#

arg__1 – str

Return type:


Creates and returns a QStyle object that matches the given key, or returns None if no matching style is found.

Both built-in styles and styles from style plugins are queried for a matching style.


The keys used are case insensitive.

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static PySide6.QtWidgets.QStyleFactory.keys()#
Return type:

list of strings

Returns the list of valid keys, i.e. the keys this factory can create styles for.

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