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Old 11-29-2004, 08:17 PM   #1
Registered: Jul 2003
Location: Osaka, Japan
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About gthumb "Move to Trash" feature

I just feel curious about this. I am using gthumb to organize my pics. I have used gnome before but now I am not using it. I run gthumb from the fluxbox menu.

AFAIK, when you choose "Move to Trash" in many of the gnome programs, they dont really delete the files but just move them to a specific folder. I appreciate this feature when I am using gnome desktop but I am not using it now. So my question is:

"Does gthumb moves files to the trash folder somewhere or delete them straight away?"



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