PyDracula – Modern GUI PySide6 / PyQt6

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Warning: this project was created using PySide6 and Python 3.9, using previous versions can cause compatibility problems.

YouTube – Presentation And Tutorial

Presentation and tutorial video with the main functions of the user interface.


Multiple Themes


High DPI

Qt Widgets is an old technology and does not have a good support for high DPI settings, making these images look distorted when your system has DPI applied above 100%.
You can minimize this problem using a workaround by applying this code below in “” just below the import of the Qt modules.

# ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
from modules import *
from widgets import *
os.environ["QT_FONT_DPI"] = "96"


Inside your preferred terminal run the commands below depending on your system, remembering before installing Python 3.9> and PySide6 “pip install PySide6”.



MacOS and Linux:




python build

Project Files And Folders application initialization file.

main.ui: Qt Designer project.

resouces.qrc: Qt Designer resoucers, add here your resources using Qt Designer. Use version 6 > cx-Freeze setup to compile your application (configured for Windows).

themes/: add here your themes (.qss).

modules/: module for running PyDracula GUI.

modules/ add your application’s functions here.
modules/ global variables to configure user interface.

modules/ “resource.qrc” file compiled for python using the command: pyside6-rcc resources.qrc -o

modules/ add here only functions related to the user interface / GUI.

modules/ file related to the user interface exported by Qt Designer. You can compile it manually using the command: pyside6-uic main.ui> .
After expoting in .py and change the line “import resources_rc” to “from. Resoucers_rc import *” to use as a module.

images/: put all your images and icons here before converting to Python ( pyside6-rcc resources.qrc -o

Projects Created Using PyDracula

See the projects that were created using PyDracula.

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