KDE - 'Trash has reached max size - clean it manually'

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KDE - 'Trash has reached max size - clean it manually'

Post by aSystemOverload » Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:51 am

I've started using KDE, because I like how customisable and just 'nice looking' it is. But I'm not liking the USB Write performance and I've found when I delete a few large files (~1G), it gives me the above messages.

Is there a way around this. I want to hit DEL (or similar) and the file to be gone in a few seconds, not mess around for 5 mts then tell me the trash is full?!?!

Can someone give me some KDE assistance please. :)

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Re: KDE - 'Trash has reached max size - clean it manually'

Post by Jupiter_Spunk » Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:05 pm

I haven't tried it in unix. Does [shift] + del work?
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