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This module is used to configure how the individual widgets are drawn by Plasma.
 
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This module is used to configure how the individual widgets are drawn by Plasma.

Note
A Widget is a commonly-used programmer's term for referring to User Interface elements such as buttons, menus, and scroll bars. You can think of them as the fundamental pieces that are assembled to make your application.


System settings widget style

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