Opened 13 years ago
Closed 13 years ago
Last modified 13 years ago
#5196 closed Bug report (rejected)
Deleted files go to recycle bin even if disabled
|Reported by:||Paul Gallier||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:|
Even if the Windows recycle bin is disabled, files deleted via FileZilla still end up there.
Change History (6)
comment:1 by , 13 years ago
|Status:||new → closed|
comment:2 by , 13 years ago
Helpful as always. I forgot, your software is perfect.
Nevermind that I can replicate this on multiple systems running 64-bit versions of XP Professional and 2003 Server.
comment:3 by , 13 years ago
Looks like you have found a bug in Windows. Most likely the 64bit and 32bit Explorer use a different set of settings. Try disabling the recycle bin from the 32bit Explorer, not the 64bit one.
comment:4 by , 13 years ago
32-bit Explorer's recycle bin settings match the 64-bit version and show disabled. Also, deleting a file from 32-bit Explorer does not send it to the trash folder. However, I've now tested from a couple other 32-bit applications, such as WinSCP and it does indeed send the files to the recycle bin. Most of my apps are either 64-bit, or somehow use the 64-bit file dialogs so I hadn't noticed it before. A 64-bit version of FileZilla would be most welcome!
comment:5 by , 13 years ago
I forgot, your software is perfect.
quod erat demonstrandum ;)
comment:6 by , 13 years ago
This problem has been fixed by Microsoft in Windows 7.
FileZilla has no explicit support for a recycle bin. It simply calls the SHFileOperation API function of Windows. Either you haven't disabled the recycle bin or something is wrong with your Windows.