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Re: "No items in Trash" is lying to you



On Mon, 2007-11-19 at 02:11 -0500, David Boles wrote:
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> Ric Moore wrote:
> > On Sat, 2007-11-17 at 09:17 -0700, Karl Larsen wrote:
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> > Huh, running KDE and FC7 mine reports 28 items when I hover the icon.
> > Ric
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> 
> If I remember correctly (I don't/have not used this for a long time)
> the 'items' in Trash are only 'removed' from their original 'places' and
> are still 'there/here'. And can actually be restored. As it is done in
> the Windows Recycle Bin. You have to 'empty' the trashcan to actually
> erase the files. *If* they still show up after that??? Don't know/can't say.
> 
> Can't say for KDE but an 'erase instead of trash' option is available in
> GNOME. And the 'Trash Can' appears to be empty.
> 
> Maybe KDE sux??  ;-)

HA! And to think I was just agreeing with you on the Mandrake list!! My
trashcan works just like I want it to. I can trash stuff, but have a
chance to change my mind. Nice! KDE rulz. ;) Ric

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