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Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end 123456789  03/10/05 11:52 AM

на сайте opera.com интересная статья :
Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end

оказывается :
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You are now ready to run Opera from anywhere, such as from a CD-ROM. Simply copy the entire Opera directory to the CD and run it from there.
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Re: Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end basir  03/10/05 12:21 PM

а где ссылка

Re: Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end 123456789  03/11/05 07:27 AM

к сожалению ссылку не могу найти
я нашел поиском

вот текст :

Support > Knowledge base > Supported features and specifications > Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end

Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end

Platform: All Windows versions

Opera can be used offline as a CD-ROM front end with the following steps:
Install Opera to a new directory to get a clean install. During installation, disable the "Individual Opera profiles" option you get when choosing a location.
When the install has finished, run Opera, and change the settings to suit your needs. See below for some of the most important tweaks that are necessary to make it work smoothly.
When you have customized Opera to your needs, close it (but remember to see below first, for important information).
In the Opera installation directory, open the file "profile\opera6.ini" in a text editor:
Remove all instances of the installation path, for example C:\Test\Opera-CD\. The last backslash ("\") is important. Most text editors have a replace feature which can be used to replace/remove all instances of the installation path.
Add the line "Show E-mail Client=0" in the [User Prefs] section to disable the e-mail client.

Important: As indicated above, there are a few important tweaks that need to be done:
Disable the Wand in File > Preferences > Security
Set Opera to "Use default e-mail client on computer" in File > Preferences > E-mail
Disable "Check if Opera is default browser on startup" in File > Preferences > Default application
The homepage can be set in File > Preferences > Start and exit
Right-click on the panel selector and disable: Bookmarks, Contacts, Notes, Transfers. Mail and Chat should disappear automatically when the e-mail client is disabled.
Make sure that the e-mail client is disabled by setting "Show E-mail Client=0" as described above
Finally, go to the "profile\" directory and delete opera6.adr.*, vlink4.*, global.dat, cookies4.*, download.dat, jswarn.dir, urlwarn.dir, and remove all files from the "cache4\" directory

You are now ready to run Opera from anywhere, such as from a CD-ROM. Simply copy the entire Opera directory to the CD and run it from there.


Last edited: 2004-05-04; Category: Supported features and specifications; Keywords: cd-rom,frontend,offline,; Index: 114


Re: Using Opera as a CD-ROM front end AlexSM  03/11/05 07:54 AM

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