Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1254545
Unable to Redo file to Trash in nautilus
Last modified: 2017-02-17 04:28:36 EST
Description of problem:
Undo and Redo works well in case of e.g. renaming files/folders, but the Redo does not work in moving to trash again scenario.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Press Delete to move any file to the trash
2. Press Control+z to Undo (Restore file from the trash)
3. Try to Redo move file back to the trash) (Control+Shift+z or menu->Redo)
The action is not invoked and the menu does not have the action enabled
The file should end in trash again, the redo should move the file to trash again
If you perform the Undo action and unfold the general menu, you can see that the "Redo Trash" action blinks there for a moment.
Hmm, I just tried this here, with nautilus 3.14.3-3.el7, and it worked flawlessly here. Any special circumstances that might make this fail for you ?
I don't think so. This fail was originally observed in beaker environment among our nautilus' automation, and I expect the beaker environment shouldn't be "special". Then, I've successfully reproduced this on my bare metal RHEL7.
The original beaker job is here https://beaker.engineering.redhat.com/jobs/1041067 (test cases nautilus_Test13_actionRedoMenu and nautilus_Test14_actionRedoShortcut)
I can reproduce the bug.