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Genshi is a template engine written in Python which implements a template language that closely resembles Jinja2. It is built on top of Jinja 2. For our use case we will only need the minimal capabilities of Genshi.
Genshi provides limited support for LaTeX code. The style of LaTeX code from Genshi templates is a bibliographic style, which provides standard formatting for a given citation. A bibliographic style is a collection of LaTeX commands for defining the formatting, including type, size, font, citation, and so on. The default bibliographic style is LaTeX and is easily configured in Python using thebibliographystyle module.
The installation process and set-up is solid, and Digital Defender's interface is usable but not exceptional, given its age, and the configuration options are sparse but well thought out. There is a mini-calendar window, and a list of tasks to do. For example, there is a button to reset your home Internet settings ; this isn't at all obvious to spot, but it makes a lot of sense. Some of the most interesting things in the application are the tools it offers, however, such as the Digital Defender Commands page. Here, you can interact with the application through the command line, with a series of commands that can be used to clean out the application's cache and history, or to wipe your browser history. This is a potentially useful feature.
The options are shown in a table, with each available setting also being shown in a graph to make the best selection easy. There are settings available for the number of concurrent connections, a delay, whether to start the process immediately when activated, and whether to run a separate service in the background, or use the full screen.
The executable can be run as a service, if you want to use it on systems with Windows 10, but you can also run it as a standalone application. The latter option is less convenient, and the service will be more effective. There are two options in the application, but it is easy to tell which is which; the choice between the full screen and windowed presentation is an obvious one.
Unlike many of the other packages, Digital Defender did not need to be “remapped” to allow it to use the full screen, and as a result you see the main application window on top of whatever you are using. It just about makes sense, as Digital Defender will not only protect your machine, it will also keep itself updated. 827ec27edc