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KDE 4/5 trash bug is gonna have its 15th birthday sometime soon

Posted 02-28-2018 at 05:17 PM by the dsc
Updated 02-28-2018 at 05:19 PM by the dsc

Whereas most file managers are able to correctly trash files to trash folders located in their own partitions (even pcmanfm-qt), Dolphin moves the files to the user's home partition. And Dolphin's own trash won't list nor delete permanently trash in different partitions, trashed by other, proper, file managers.

I thought I had it solved somehow (manually creating the trash folders, if I recall), with some late left-overs of KDE 4, but it seems they're been wiped out and their fixed functionality as well.

It has been 10 years already and further KDEs never caught up with KDE 3.

But they sure did lots of rebranding, now it's not even "KDE" anymore but "KDE PLasma frameworks" and whatnot... wooo! Fancy.
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