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...hide/disable exception dialog?

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Note: If you want to ignore a particular exception - please, see this example.


Sometimes you want your application to operate in an environment without user. Such application must create and send bug reports without any user interactions. In other words, no visual dialogs, no confirmations, etc. If this is the case:

1. Set the Dialog option to the "(none)" value. This will disable the visual exception dialog.
2. Ensure that local bug reports are enabled. This will create .el bug report files for each exception.
3. [Optional] Set up sending if needed.
4. [Optional] Ensure that "[Non-visual] Hide MessageBoxes" option is set. This will disable all other (non exception) visual dialogs from EurekaLog in your application.



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