2013-12-08 14:57:22 PST by br0ther
2013-12-08 14:30:46 PST by br0ther
2013-12-08 14:30:00 PST by br0ther
2013-12-08 13:56:36 PST by lstranger
2013-12-08 13:52:39 PST by lstranger
This does not solve my issue because OsX/Windows/Gnome/KDE when I create a folder on desktop, trash in and redrag it on desktop, it remove the one in the trash. but if this is not an issue for YOU, then I have no reason to mark this an a issue, and no way to change your mind. I simply except the same standard (non written) behaviour from different os.
2013-12-08 09:31:19 PST by fabioamd
Well, if you drag file from trash it is being copied, not restored, you can similarly copy the file into another folder (not original one). To restore the file you should explicitly select "Restore" option in the context menu. To explicitly move the file from trash to somewhere press 'Shift' before you drop the file. Does this solve you issue? Thank you very much.
2013-12-08 09:06:20 PST by lstranger
2013-12-07 22:06:38 PST by br0ther
2013-12-07 03:39:43 PST by br0ther
2013-12-07 03:27:37 PST by br0ther