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    Default [Advice] Trash isn't working

    Hi All, I have installed Leo4AllV3, it's the 3rd time I install it, but it's the first time it occurs:
    When I drag a file or folder to Trash, I receive a message that's going to be permanently deleted and won't go to trash. This happens when I try to delete files from FAT32 or NTFS partitions even I have installed Paragon and I'm able to read and write. If I drag a file from OSX partition to trash it works well.

    Could you help me to solve it?

    Thanks in advance
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    look , u cant delete files with mac from NTFS or FAT32

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begletsut View Post
    look , u cant delete files with mac from NTFS or FAT32
    Sorry friend, but I think you are wrong. In my previous installation with the same iso I did without any problems.
    If I can write to those partitions, why I won't be able delete and restore?
    Right now I can delete files but the don't go to Trash.
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    Well, delete NTFS/FATxx on Windows side, HFS+ on Mac side.

    If OSX allow the use of NTFS/FATxx systems, would have native support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begletsut View Post
    look , u cant delete files with mac from NTFS or FAT32
    Wrong,

    by default on OS X:

    - FAT16/32 Volumes are Readable/Writable (USB Keys, external hard disk, Picture Camera's memory)

    - NTFS Volumes are Readable only.
    You can still use Macfuse (free) or Paragon NTFS (no free) to be able to write on it.


 

 

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