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--- Comment #1 from Nate Graham <> ---
(In reply to Davide Bettio from comment #0)
> Version:           unspecified (using Devel) 
> OS:                Linux
> I've found some possible usability improvements for the "move to trash"
> dialog:
> Reproducible: Didn't try
> Expected Results:  
> * When removing only files (or directory) use the term "file" (or
> "directory") instead of the generic term "item".
> * When you want to trash an empty directory or an empty file it should tell
> the user that the directory or the file is empty.
> So it should display "Do you really want to move this empty directory to the
> trash?"

What would be the purpose of this? Why does the user need to be reminded that
the file or directory is empty?

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