You can actually select the database’s Trash and do a search but not for those two independent values.
But the real question is: Why are you searching the Trash? It would be better to curate the feeds if you find yourself searching for deleted items often.
Curating would involve you perusing the feed and deleting items that aren’t of interest (and emptying your trash as well, since it’s not a filing cabinet (anymore than the waste bin in your kitchen is )
Seeing as this is the usage Scenario section, you may want to post your scripting “dream” in our Scripting forum. Do note that not all apps are scriptable or have limited scriptability. I am uncertain of Papers’ abilities in this regard.
Gotcha. I’ve been taking a lazy approach and perusing the feeds of PubMed searches once they hit the Trash. Currently, all my feeds show up together. Is there an easy way to separate a feed based on its url? If so, then I could look at them before they hit the Trash.
Good point. Thanks for the suggestion.
FYI: Papers3 is highly scriptable. However, as it has been deprecated in favor readcube, perhaps I will try to find a script that will export the information to BibDesk.
Such a development would be fantastic!
Thanks for letting me know!