Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 964428
gThumb erases images to the wrong trash
Last modified: 2017-12-06 07:20:05 EST
When you erase an image with gThumb, this image isn't erased/moved to the system trash (/home/<username>/.local/share/Trash/files), but to another trash can located in /home/<username>/.Trash. If you erase this "second" trash folder and erase an image with gThumb, the "second" trash folder reappears.
A workaround is to erase the "second" trash can and create a symbolic link to the right trash can (as user):
ln -s /home/<username>/.local/share/Trash/files /home/<username>/.Trash
After that, when you erase an image with gThumb, it ends up in the system trash can.
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