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    Default What if Hazel empties the Trash?

    The rules say that I should not "move, rename, or delete files inside the *Files* or *Notes* folders." Does that mean that it would be okay to have Hazel take out the Trash, or must that also be done from within EF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -dp- View Post
    The rules say that I should not "move, rename, or delete files inside the *Files* or *Notes* folders." Does that mean that it would be okay to have Hazel take out the Trash, or must that also be done from within EF?
    The Trash folder is inside the Files folder, so technically the same rules apply to it. However, if what you want to do is delete the files that are already in the trash, that won’t actually cause any problems for EagleFiler. The next time you open the library it will notice that the files are gone and ask if you want it to forget them.

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    Sorry. When I glanced at it, it looked like it was at the same level as Notes. But that should work in any event. Thanks.

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