GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 348414
Deleted files moved to trash?
Last modified: 2018-08-03 17:50:03 UTC
It would be nice if we could optionally delete files first to gnome-trash.
I agree to this request because it's awful if you delete a file and after it you recognize that it was the wrong one. So at the moment there isn't a way to recover the file and that's hard.
As far as I can see, the bug is still present in 1.2.4. And in my opinion it's not a "nice to have" feature. Modern programs (especially file managers) always first delete to trash! It took me some time to recover my files (luckily I had them on a second disk)
Just as a tip : Total commander uses the following key assignment :
DEL = move to trash
SHIFT-DEL = really delete
with mouse : always "move to trash"
That would be perfect also for gc.
Deleting to .Thrash is already scheduled to be added to gcmd (see http://svn.gnome.org/viewvc/gnome-commander/trunk/TODO?view=markup). As we are very close the release of 1.2.5, the feature will go into the next one.
What about this feature? GNOME Commander 1.2.6 is out, and i can't find this feature? Btw, since GNOME 2.22 the Trash moved from ~/.Trash to ~/.local/share/Trash/files acording to the freedesktop specs.
Delayed, but still scheduled for implementation...
*** Bug 556232 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'm worth Gnome Commander v 1.2.7
I want this feature too...
I think that it is simple to set action mv -f /path/to/trash/ instead of rm -rf... Is it possible to do this by myself? I'm ready to change something in source code and rebuild gnome-commander :)
(I use version 188.8.131.52)
One more vote for implementing this as soon as possible.
*** Bug 633238 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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