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Styles and Style Properties
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Styles allow the look of displayables to be customized. This is done by changing the value of style properties for displayables. For example, changing the :propref:`background` property allows the background of a window or button to be customized.
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Each displayable has a style built-into it. When the displayable is created, either directly or using the screen system, style properties can be supplied to it, and these styles are used to update the look of the displayable. In the following example::
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the :propref:`size` property is supplied to a Text displayable, allowing us to change its text size. This will customize the look of the text displayable by displaying the text 40 pixels high.
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Ren'Py also supports style inheritance. Each displayable takes a `style` property, that gives the name of the style to use. If a property is not defined for a style, Ren'Py will look it up in the named style, that style's parent, and so on. This allows us to customize a named style in a central place.
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A named style exists as a field on the global ``style`` object. Style properties exist as fields on styles. So to set the size property of the default style, one can use a python block::
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As Ren'Py caches styles, named styles should not be changed outside of init blocks.
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Style Property Prefixes
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Applying a prefix to a style property indicates allows a displayable to change it's look in response to its focus or selection status. For example, a button can change its color when the mouse hovers above it, or to indicate when the choice represented by the button is the currently selected one.
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There are five states a displayable can be it.
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