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  • Ian Wilson
    There has been an issue with Capture One not refreshing it’s view of folders. My work-round is usually tonright click the folder and choose View in Finder. After doing that, and clicking on the folder in Capture One it seems to refresh the view.

    Or is it that when you look using Finder, the Trash folder still has the files in it?

    Ian
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  • paul schefz
    not sure if it is a refresh thing, i have tried quitting out of C1, closing/opening a different session, switching folders....re-installing C1....
    it is not THAT big of a deal but it turns into a pain when i try and get my sessions backed up and or organized and find that my trash is still full...
    i usually manually trash the "capture one" folder in the trash folder as well (if i have to manually empty it, which is pretty much always) ....i havent seen any problems with that but it just does not make me feel good, but i also dont want so many extra small files floating around....(if there is one thing i still dont like about C1 it is the 1000s of small files in all the folders but that is a different story)
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  • rwest
    Yeah this is annoying. Often when I delete files I then go to file, empty session trash but it’s not available. So I have to load the session trash folder so I can view it and then the command becomes available. This only happened in the last few versions but I hope they fix it.
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  • paul schefz
    [quote="rwest" wrote:
    Yeah this is annoying. Often when I delete files I then go to file, empty session trash but it’s not available. So I have to load the session trash folder so I can view it and then the command becomes available. This only happened in the last few versions but I hope they fix it.

    does it actually empty the trash when you then choose the command? even if i do have it available and i choose it, the files are not actually over to my system trash....they are still in the (session trash) folder
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    [quote="rwest" wrote:
    Yeah this is annoying. Often when I delete files I then go to file, empty session trash but it’s not available. So I have to load the session trash folder so I can view it and then the command becomes available. This only happened in the last few versions but I hope they fix it.

    does it actually empty the trash when you then choose the command? even if i do have it available and i choose it, the files are not actually over to my system trash....they are still in the (session trash) folder

    If you empty the session trash, even if it is working as it should, the files will NOT be moved to system trash - they will be permanently deleted.

    Ian
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  • Picman
    Has this been reported to support? It really is annoying and a not that small bug IMHO, so I think PhaseOne should be on to it for the next release. Nothing with session trash works neither from the keyboard nor from the menus. Only delete from disk works. A bit shameful for a top-tier software like C1 I think.
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="picman2" wrote:
    Has this been reported to support? It really is annoying and a not that small bug IMHO, so I think PhaseOne should be on to it for the next release. Nothing with session trash works neither from the keyboard nor from the menus. Only delete from disk works. A bit shameful for a top-tier software like C1 I think.

    Session trash works as advertised for me. So if I delete images from my Capture folder for instance (Cmd+ backspace key) they appear in the session trash. (And they have physically moved on disk from the Capture folder to the session Trash folder.) If I then go to the session trash folder, I can right click and choose "Empty session trash", I get a warning with a confirmation button saying "Delete from disk", then when I click that, the images in the session trash disappear, and the images have physically gone on disk (as I can confirm by looking in Finder). They do NOT go to the system trash - they are permanently deleted, and that is by design.

    So I think that you need to ask Support for help to find out what is going on with your set up if it doesn't work like that for you.

    Ian
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  • paul schefz
    I probably added some confusion here by bringing in the system trash, which is (by design) not involved in this process... there is a menu item “empty trash†for me is either greyed out or just does not work...deleted files DO end up in the trash folder for me but I have to go into the trash folder to empty it...I can do that either from within C1 or in the finder... but the actual C1 menu item/command just does not work....
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    I probably added some confusion here by bringing in the system trash, which is (by design) not involved in this process... there is a menu item “empty trash†for me is either greyed out or just does not work...deleted files DO end up in the trash folder for me but I have to go into the trash folder to empty it...I can do that either from within C1 or in the finder... but the actual C1 menu item/command just does not work....

    So something is not working as it is designed to (and as it normally does). I suggest putting in a support case and see whether they can sort it out for you.

    Ian
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  • paul schefz
    [quote="Ian3" wrote:
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    I probably added some confusion here by bringing in the system trash, which is (by design) not involved in this process... there is a menu item “empty trash†for me is either greyed out or just does not work...deleted files DO end up in the trash folder for me but I have to go into the trash folder to empty it...I can do that either from within C1 or in the finder... but the actual C1 menu item/command just does not work....

    So something is not working as it is designed to (and as it normally does). I suggest putting in a support case and see whether they can sort it out for you.

    Ian

    is it working for you?
    not emptying the trash by manually going into the folder but by selecting the command in the menu?
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    [quote="Ian3" wrote:
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    I probably added some confusion here by bringing in the system trash, which is (by design) not involved in this process... there is a menu item “empty trash†for me is either greyed out or just does not work...deleted files DO end up in the trash folder for me but I have to go into the trash folder to empty it...I can do that either from within C1 or in the finder... but the actual C1 menu item/command just does not work....

    So something is not working as it is designed to (and as it normally does). I suggest putting in a support case and see whether they can sort it out for you.

    Ian

    is it working for you?
    not emptying the trash by manually going into the folder but by selecting the command in the menu?

    Yes, it works perfectly for me, which is why I suggest you ask Support for help in getting it to work as it should.

    Ian
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  • Picman
    So are you saying Ian that when you click a picture in the browser and then give the command to move it to the session trash either from the menu or from the keyboard the picture disappears from your browser? Because that is what I want it to do and is the logical thing: to get an immediate visual confirmation of the move.
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="picman2" wrote:
    So are you saying Ian that when you click a picture in the browser and then give the command to move it to the session trash either from the menu or from the keyboard the picture disappears from your browser? Because that is what I want it to do and is the logical thing: to get an immediate visual confirmation of the move.

    Yes. So if I have selected an image in the Capture folder, then go to Image>Delete (Move to Session Trash), the image disappears from view and if I go to the Trash folder, it has moved there instead. The same if I use Cmd-Backspace.

    Ian
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  • paul schefz
    I started this thread because the "file" "empty session trash" command does not work for me, sometimes it is greyed out, even if it is not greyed out, the trash is not emptied....
    i have no problems at all moving files to the trash (i have a shortcut) so no problems there...
    once the files are in the session trash, i have to either go into the session trash folder within C1 and empty it or empty it from the finder....
    the "empty session trash" command does not work for me...
    it has always worked fine for me
    i have asked several people i know personally and they have the same issue....they (like me) assumed choosing "empty session trash" does just that....they (like me) found their trash folder full even though they choose the command....
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  • Ian Wilson
    [quote="PSS" wrote:
    I started this thread because the "file" "empty session trash" command does not work for me, sometimes it is greyed out, even if it is not greyed out, the trash is not emptied....
    i have no problems at all moving files to the trash (i have a shortcut) so no problems there...
    once the files are in the session trash, i have to either go into the session trash folder within C1 and empty it or empty it from the finder....
    the "empty session trash" command does not work for me...
    it has always worked fine for me
    i have asked several people i know personally and they have the same issue....they (like me) assumed choosing "empty session trash" does just that....they (like me) found their trash folder full even though they choose the command....

    So, as I keep suggesting, it is not working as it should, and as it does for some of us. Therefore you should ask Support to help you get it working right.

    Ian
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  • daniel van kleef

    Well it still is an issue with Capture 22, anybody with solutions? besides the obvious stated in this thread 

    maybe a bug that need's fixing @headquarters in Denmark?

    greetings

     

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