Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 443944
nautilus-cd-burner delete files if you try to *move* them on cd creator window
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:32:27 EST
Description of problem:
pressing shift key while drag and dropping stuffs to be burned on the
nautilus-cd-burner virtual volume window actually equals deleted stuffs..
so i was preparing to burn a backup cd, and i wanted to add my ~/.filezilla/
directory to the CD, using nautilus-cd-burner, when i drag and dropped the
.filezilla drawer, i pressed shift without realizing what i was doing.. so now
the .filezilla drawer have been "moved" on the nautilus CD creation window and
deleted from my home in the same time .
how can i get back that directory ?
where nautilus keep temporarly data to be burned ?
nautilus accepted to move files to a space where they couldn't be moved..
the result is: i asked nautilus to move some files and it deleted them.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.put a blank cd in your burner, open cd creator window
2. move a dir or some files while pressing shift key
3. the data have been deleted ..
resources to be just moved. not deleted
and if they can't be mmoved then a popup alert whatever reporting aout the danger
crap i did something really stupid ;)
Oh man. That's not good.
Haven't confirmed yet but moving to nautilus component.
It seems that
the special handling for "target_is_mapping".
Fixed in nautilus-2.22.2-6.fc9 - added workaround to mask move operations to
"burn" URIs as copy ops. This should match the behaviour in Fedora 8 or