Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:33 pm Post
Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:41 pm Post
kewms wrote:devinganger wrote:But shouldn't the contents of that menu change depending on the context? If I right-click on the Trash, "Empty Trash" is one of the commands I would expect to see *at least there in that context*.
Perhaps I misunderstand how "contextual" is interpreted, or at the very least interpret it differently than you do.
Every title in the Binder has the same context.
Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:48 pm Post
rdale wrote:If you habitually clear it out, then you're in danger of obliterating the only copy of something vitally important, and have made recovering of that file (or folder + many files) all the more difficult for yourself (project backups are then your ONLY recourse). Think of it as that physical wastepaper basket where crumpled typewriter pages would get tossed when an author's muse wasn't cooperating; they wouldn't haul it out to the recycle bin every time it has two whole pages of paper in it, would they? Be more like that old-fashioned writer--think of the trash as a recovering bin if that helps. Rename it* if that helps; "recovery bin", "manual un-do stack", "the oopsie basket".
rdale wrote:Not being at my Mac, I'm not sure if the Trash can be renamed; but since Draft and Research can be... I assume it's possible.[/size]
Thu Dec 21, 2017 10:28 am Post
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