How do I remove the confirmation window from trash? " Do you really want to empty trash?"

Martin Laberge mlsoft at videotron.ca
Sat Feb 21 15:30:44 GMT 2009


On Friday 20 February 2009 22:49:59 Steven Vollom wrote:
> 
> > You can use the command line.
> >
> > cd ~/Directory/subdir
> > rm TheFilesToDelete* AndTheOtherFile AndAnotherOne
> >
> > This way nobody will ask you anything, and this
> > will be absolutely sure the space is clear just now.
> 
>  I am laughing out loud.  If I understand you correctly the above command will 
> eliminate that step of verification, is that correct.  I will wait for 
> confirmation, because I don't want to screw up at a time when I believe a dream 
> has been answered.  You see, when I want the confirmation, I ask.
> 
> I am deliriously happy over what I am sure you consider a very little thing, 
> however anything that causes you to grit your teeth every time it happens is a 
> good thing to lose.  I can't stop laughing, I am so pleased.  I await your 
> "yes you really want to do this thing".
> 
> Cudos my friend,
> 
> Steven     I am still laughing as I click send.  Thanks!
> 

Are you really sure to want to delete these files?
Oups, Too late, this delete was without confirmation.
:-)

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Martin Laberge
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