The Finder has quite a convenient feature: I can set it to remove files from the Trash 30 days after they have been “deleted”. Is there a way to mimic this behavior in DT? (I tried to look into Smart Rules but there seems no way to bind a rule to the trash?)
Yes, I’m lazy and it would be nice if the trash could be taken out for me automatically – and it would be superb to have a little “safety delay” (for the rare occasions I have to dive into the dumpster to search for that darn file that I was sure I would never again need when I deleted it just yesterday )
To my understanding it is not possible to delete files from DT’s Trash selectively? A workaround would be to bypass DT’s Trash and “export” them to Finder’s Trash with a script/rule. Unfortunately the wisdom of Apple Script keeps escaping me. It would be really nice if someone could point in the right direction.