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** Changed in: nautilus (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Incomplete
** Tags added: yakkety
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Nautilus 3.20 : deleted items are not shown in Trash folder
Status in nautilus package in Ubuntu:
After a clean installation of Ubuntu 16.10, all files and folders
being deleted from mounted ext4 partitions are not shown in the Trash
folder. The items being deleted from the /home directory are shown.
The deleted items are present in the .Trash-1000 folder of each ext4
partition though. After permanently deleting the folder and again
deleting something, the folder is recreated as expected, but the
Expunged sub folder is missing and there is still nothing to be seen
in the Trash folder. The same behavior occurs when doing it from the
installation media. This does not happen in other Linux distributions
with GNOME 3.20 desktop environment when using the Nautilus 3.20 file
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