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Session(s) Trash - Empties, but it seems to have to re-empty

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  • SFA

    Have you in fact emptied the system trash, not just the particular session trash?

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  • FirstName LastName

    Not sure what you mean by “system trash”. Certainly have emptied catalog trash (nothing there). Hadn’t emptied the Trash Bin recently until today. If a image file were moved into the system trash bin and that hasn’t been purged, will it continue to want to be emptied by C1? I guess I may find out next session.

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  • gb

    You refer to C1 Catalogs and Sessions at the same time.
    Which are you using?

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  • FirstName LastName

    I use both (I eventually import sessions into a catalog). But with respect to trash, I'm talking about session trash and only session trash for each session. I empty the trash from each session when I'm done with the culling and editing. I pretty much never have anything in my catalog trash.

    The behavior I am describing happens when I empty session trash. Last night, I emptied the system "Recycle Bin", per the suggestion above. I will see whether that solves the problem when I work on my next session.

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  • FirstName LastName

    Alas. Nope.

    Totally emptied system Recycle Bin. All prior sessions had nothing in session Trash. Created new session and imported photos. Put 734 photos in session Trash. When I emptied session Trash, Capture One went through 4408 photos--which I believe might have been the sum of the prior two session's trash plus this session.

    The good news, I guess, is that it wasn't 14000 again. It's just a weird behavior that doesn't make sense--and consumes time.

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  • gb

    Agree, weird.
    The whole point of sessions is that they are meant to be independent of each other.

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