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Removed images from disc don't appear in trash

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Jun 24, 2020

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Since the last update of LrC in can't find in Lightroom Classic deleted files (from disk) in trash. That makes them unrecoverable when I removed them by accident. Why is this changed? Or do I have to change some settings? In the previous version deleted files always appeared in the trash. Any idea?

Thanks, Marc

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Removed images from disc don't appear in trash

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Since the last update of LrC in can't find in Lightroom Classic deleted files (from disk) in trash. That makes them unrecoverable when I removed them by accident. Why is this changed? Or do I have to change some settings? In the previous version deleted files always appeared in the trash. Any idea?

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LEGEND ,
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I am not able to duplicate this. When I delete a photo from Lightroom Classic and select remove from hard disk, the photo appears in the recycle bin. Lightroom Classic 9.3, Windows 10

 

But anyway, you do have backups of your photos, right? Just restore a backup.

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Thanks.
I restarted my iMac and voilà: deleted files can be found in trash again.

(Of course a backup of all the files is helpfull, but pick a by mistake deleted file out of the trash works quicker).

Problem (was it a problem) is not a problem anymore.

 

 

 

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