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A number of operations related to themes require that you
have available an instance of the
class (in the Python sense of class). For example, to
obtain a list of the available themes in your installation:
>>> import ttk >>> s=ttk.Style() >>> s.theme_names() ('clam', 'alt', 'default', 'classic')
.theme_names() method returns a tuple
containing the names of the available styles. The
'classic' theme gives you the original,
To determine which theme you get by default, use the
.theme_use() method with no arguments. To
change the current theme, call this same method with the
desired theme name as the argument:
>>> s.theme_use() 'default' >>> s.theme_use('alt') >>> s.theme_use() 'alt'