I agree with you Lee, the option "delete" is a little bit dangerous, and
could create some tragic accident. Badly, I don't know if it's possible to
disable this option, or if it's possible to have a warning when it's used.



2016-09-19 18:33 GMT+02:00 Lee Gold <leeg...@operamail.com>:

> Thunar of course is the app were it'd be nice to hide the delete.
> "Delete" could potentially be confusing to folks coming from MS OSs were
> "delete" means to put it in Trash bin, which is recoverable. Also, since
> around 12.04 they turned of the authentication request when you access a
> dual boot ntfs partition. Then there's the new scroll bar fanciness that
> get's in my way bigtime. It's all good as long as you have an easy way
> to turn these new features off.  It happens a lot, it's similar to when
> they changed the Firefox interface to look more like Chrome. I don't
> like the look and feel of Chrome but there's a FF addon that reverts it
> to the classic interface thankfully. Of course Xfce is brilliant...just
> saying.
>
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016, at 07:22 AM, Roger wrote:
> > Which application were you using? You might be able to turn-off the
> > delete option.
> >
> > Yes, I saw your later post about having found the "deleted" item - good.
> >
> > On September 18, 2016 10:13:52 PM EDT, Lee Gold <leeg...@operamail.com>
> > wrote:
> > >Hi,
> > >
> > >As the title indicates. There's just too many things happening to Xfce
> > >that I don't like. One being the delete option in the drop down menu.
> > >Who decided to make that appear by default? I just deleted valuable
> > >information. It's too tricky for me.
> > >
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