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diff --git a/examples/widgets/doc/src/styles.qdoc b/examples/widgets/doc/src/styles.qdoc
index a3a02768c6..7a7ae20e91 100644
--- a/examples/widgets/doc/src/styles.qdoc
+++ b/examples/widgets/doc/src/styles.qdoc
@@ -85,8 +85,8 @@
\snippet widgets/styles/norwegianwoodstyle.cpp 0
- The \c polish() function is reimplemented from QStyle. It takes a
- QPalette as a reference and adapts the palette to fit the style.
+ The \c standardPalette() function is reimplemented from QStyle.
+ It returns a QPalette with the style's preferred colors and textures.
Most styles don't need to reimplement that function. The
Norwegian Wood style reimplements it to set a "wooden" palette.
@@ -381,7 +381,7 @@
a certain \l{QPalette::ColorRole}{color role}, for all three
\l{QPalette::ColorGroup}{color groups} (active, disabled,
inactive). We used it to initialize the Norwegian Wood palette in
- \c polish(QPalette &).
+ \c standardPalette.
\snippet widgets/styles/norwegianwoodstyle.cpp 39
\snippet widgets/styles/norwegianwoodstyle.cpp 40
@@ -444,10 +444,6 @@
current style's \l{QStyle::standardPalette()}{standard palette}
is used; otherwise, the system's default palette is honored.
- For the Norwegian Wood style, this makes no difference because we
- always override the palette with our own palette in \c
- NorwegianWoodStyle::polish().
\snippet widgets/styles/widgetgallery.cpp 9
\snippet widgets/styles/widgetgallery.cpp 10