Disable Opera Recovery Feature

Posted on 2008-11-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-21
Hello Experts,
Does anyone know how to disable the Recovery screen in Opera if the browser is improperly exited?  We are deploying a web app where we need to refresh the browser nightly.  The app is running in a kiosk location and we want to be able to reopen Opera to the Home Page without having the annoying crash recovery screen appearing?  We are running the kiosk on an older Win NT thin client (no hard drive).

Question by:Natspap
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    Accepted Solution

    Enter opera:config in the address bar; in the search field, enter "show problem", then uncheck the box (wise choice of browser, btw. :).
    Opera's Settings File Explained

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks for the help!  Works great.

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