I deleted an entire directory to reset my source code checkout. After restoring it from the repository, I realized I had deleted a critical file I had just created. So I opened the trash, found the file, and tried to drag-and-drop it to my desktop. I got the following error:
Error while moving "recaptchaTestSuccess.php".
There was an error moving the file into /home/cbeland/Desktop.
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Items in the trash may not be modified
When I selected the file and clicked "Restore Selected Items" I got the error:
Could not determine original location of "critical_file.php"
The item cannot be restored from trash
There should be some way to restore the file to a location I specify. In the end I restored the file by opening it from the trash and copy-and-pasting its contents. I suppose it's also possible to copy the file from the right-click menu, but this is not intuitive and is suboptimal for large media files. It could get someone stuck in a bad situation if there is not much room left on the drive.
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