Monday, May 21, 2012

Trash plug-in for SpaceFM

For people who like to use a trash can in their file manager: there is a (Corbeille=) Trash plug-in developed for Spacefm:
Download it here.
Install it by opening Spacefm and going to Plugin section, install file, go to download folder and file and give root password.

Usage

Corbeille-SpaceFM consists of 9 commands (available in the SpaceFM menu Plugins | Trash if installed with root protection). Note that there's no command confirmation dialog before proceeding to the selected action.

    Move to Trash: you must select at least one file outside the trash directory to have this command enabled. Selected files will be moved to the trash.

    The keyboard shortcut Shift+Delete moves to the trash the selected files.

    Restore: you must select at least one file in the trash directory to have this command enabled. Selected files will be moved to their original location. If the original location already exists, the file won't be moved and an error will be displayed.

    Delete Permanently: you must select at least one file in the trash directory to have this command enabled. Selected files will be deleted permanently, so they will no longer be recoverable in the trash.

    Go to Trash: this command is always enabled. It will open the trash directory in a new tab in the current SpaceFM window. Also, if top directory trashes are detected (for example, a trash in a removable device), they will be open each in a new tab.

    Display Properties: this command is always enabled. It will open a pop-up dialog displaying the number of files in the trash and the total size of the trash.

    Empty Trash: this command is always enabled. It's just a convenient way to delete permanently all files in the trash. You can get the same result by selecting all files in the trash and choose to delete them permanently.

    Limit the Size of the Trash: this command is always enabled. It allows to reduce the trash to a given size. The files are deleted in ascending order of date of trashing (older trashed files are deleted first).

    Delete Old Files: this command is always enabled. It allows to delete files moved to the trash for a given number of days.

    Delete Big Files: this command is always enabled. It allows to delete files moved to the trash and whose size is greater than or equal to a given size.
More info on the plug-in: http://www.jpfleury.net/en/software/corbeille-spacefm.php

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