With the end of this chapter, the ttk set of widgets has now been added to our arsenal of tools, and we know why they would be used (to capture a more native feel) and how to style them using a Style object. Learning about style inheritance will enable us to better plan how we go about styling ttk widgets in a larger application.
We have also had a look at the styling options of the built-in widgets should we prefer to stick with those for their ease of use.
We have had a brief look at how Tkinter handles a large body of formatted text with the Text widget. We've previewed a couple of configurations and are ready to take a deeper dive into this widget in the next chapter, learning how to style and search this widget.
The built-in ...