For example, if there are some missing files, but I don’t want to keep them anymore, how could I do? Move to the trash and then empty the entire trash?
Why are you leaving your Trash unemptied? It shouldn’t be used as a filing cabinet. Items you’re not sure about deleting should be moved into a temporary location for you to curate at some point.
I wonder what is the expected way to use the “Trash”? Maybe Move to Trash and then empty the Trash? But, since we are supposed to keep the Trash emptied, why not just throw the “Trash” concept away and change the “move to trash” to “delete immediately”? If I only move the “missing files” records to trash, it is still reported as failure records.
If I had some paperwork at home I wasn’t sure if I should keep, I wouldn’t put it in the kitchen’s garbage can to sort out later.
We could have completely deleted them immediately since we use this software in a computer instead of a kitchen, It’s even better than offering such a confusing “Trash” which conflicts with the meaning and usage widely accepted by MacOS users already.