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Thread: Automatically move zipped file to trash can after unpacking

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    Automatically move zipped file to trash can after unpacking

    I used to love Unarchiver as a Mac OS X user. The reason? It would move the zipped file to the trashcan upon completion of the unpacking.

    I have asked the File Roller developers to add that feature but I wouldn't hold my breath. (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=721272)

    Is there any File Roller replacement for Linux that would allow that? It must be able to integrate into Nautilus/Nemo in the EXACT same way as the current File Roller (I don't like the Scripts menu, the "Extract Here" option should be in the main right click menu).

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Automatically move zipped file to trash can after unpacking

    You could try with PeaZip, it's much more feature packed, it may have the feature you are looking for.

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    Re: Automatically move zipped file to trash can after unpacking

    My main issue is Nautilus/Nemo integration. How do I make Peazip (or any other) work with the "Extract here" menu option in Nautilus/Nemo?

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