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Thread: [Replay Media Catcher Suggestion] Move deleted files to Recycle Bin

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    Lightbulb [Replay Media Catcher Suggestion] Move deleted files to Recycle Bin

    Please add an option to move deleted files to the Recycle Bin when a user right-clicks a file in the RMC 4 and selects Delete. That way if a user wants to restore deleted files, he can go to the Recycle Bin and restore the files.

    I don't mean files deleted from within Explorer, but the RMC program window.

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    Default Re: [Suggestion] Move deleted files to Recycle Bin

    ive always wonderd why it doesnt do this.... i remember taking HOURS getting a movie on RMC3 and clicked delete instead of clear...i was NOT very happy lol...

    so yeh, if this is easy to add i think it would be a very welcomed improvement.

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    Default Re: [Suggestion] Move deleted files to Recycle Bin

    Hey guys - thanks, your suggestion has been received!
    Best Regards,

    Jeff Lenney
    Technical Support
    Applian Technologies, Inc.

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