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    ddigikam and wastebin maximum

    upon deleting images in Digikam, program announces:

    "The wastebin has reached its maximum size!
    Cleanup the waste bin manually."

    in fact wastebin is empty and can be used withiut restriction by any other program.

    How t reset wastebin feature for Digikam?

    thank you, Miel

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    Re: ddigikam and wastebin maximum

    It could be that it's reading Trash wrong. Try to empty trash in terminal, or cd Trash and see what's there.

    Code:
    gksu nautilus
    Then in View select the Hidden files option so you can examine /home/username/.local/share/Trash
    Please mark your thread as solved if you get a satisfactory response.
    Linux user #556334 | Ubuntu user #35168

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    Re: ddigikam and wastebin maximum

    I think that the problem is caused by some setting within Digikam.
    Because manually removing or dragging images from Digikam to the waste basked poses no difficulty.
    So it is not a serious problem but I miss the ease of simply clicking the image with the Delete key in order to move it to the waste basket.
    It is a curious phenomena that i would like to set straight.

    If anyone can shed light on this challenge i will appreciate it. If not, I will muddle along for some time.
    Thanks anyway for your attention,
    Miel

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