[Ubuntu-l10n-eng] [Bug 646669] Re: Trash label mismatch Nautilus

John Lea 646669 at bugs.launchpad.net
Wed Mar 2 17:02:49 UTC 2011

** Description changed:

- I guess it would make sense that both the labels match. If Nautilus
- don't want to call their "Deleted Items" we should probably call ours
- "Rubbish Bin" (which ain't great indeed), but for the user we need
- consistency!
+ The trash has too many names, it should only have one!
+ In the Launcher, the 'Trash' is called the 'Rubbish Bin'.  However when
+ you open the 'Rubbish Bin' (Nautilus) the user is presented with the
+ option to 'Empty Wastebasket'.  Right clicking on any file also give the
+ user the option to “Move to Wastebasket”.
+ Desired resolution:
+ Rename the “Rubbish Bin” (UK english local) or “Trash” (US english
+ local) to “Wastebasket”.  This should be the easiest way we can make our
+ termonology consistent.

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