alexl at redhat.com
Fri Aug 27 09:38:41 EEST 2004
On Thu, 2004-08-26 at 18:52, Lars Hallberg wrote:
> Alexander Larsson wrote:
> >On Thu, 2004-08-26 at 12:49, David Faure wrote:
> >Nautilus does in fact have a preference called "Include a Delete command
> >that bypasses Trash" that lets you get both operation. But in my opinion
> >thats not a very elegant solution. You force the user to learn the
> >difference and think about which one to use when they delete files.
> >Which one does KDE bind to the delete key btw? Thats likely to be used
> >often (without thinking about which form of delete that causes).
> Sounds a bit evil. If I as a user lern that deleted files is recoverble,
> then I will soner or later curse that UI if they sometimes silently is
> not! Att least some hint, like the menuitem changing from trash to
> delete, preferably with som varning like ikon, to signal that in this
> case the file will not be recovarable.
Well, you do get a warning dialog.
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