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    Thumbs down Bug: The trash has reached it maximum size

    I am trying to delete a big file (2.1 GiB) called 100CANON.zip which contains a bunch of photos that I've taken using my DSLR. So, I right click upon the file, and select Move to Trash option. Then an window pops up asking me "Do you really want to move this item to the trash?" and I answered "Trash" which is equal to a positive answer. However, I get the following error:

    Error - Dolphin
    The trash has reached its maximum size! Cleanup the trash manually

    Needless to say, my trash is empty - nothing there.

    FIX: Remove the file via Terminal.

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    Default Re: Bug: The trash has reached it maximum size

    Quote Originally Posted by drpaneas View Post
    I am trying to delete a big file (2.1 GiB) called 100CANON.zip which contains a bunch of photos that I've taken using my DSLR. So, I right click upon the file, and select Move to Trash option. Then an window pops up asking me "Do you really want to move this item to the trash?" and I answered "Trash" which is equal to a positive answer. However, I get the following error:

    Error - Dolphin
    The trash has reached its maximum size! Cleanup the trash manually

    Needless to say, my trash is empty - nothing there.

    FIX: Remove the file via Terminal.
    You can set the trash limit in dolphin's settings.

    Or you can delete the file while holding down the Shift key. (this avoids the trash)

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