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Re: Hmmm...

Posted By: Ben Maltz <>
Date: Friday, 12 June 1998, at 4:19 a.m.

In Response To: Hmmm... (Dan LeGate)


Here's a thought. How about, instead of destroying the folder when PRUNING, simply have ZTREE move the folder to the Recycle Bin (where it could be recovered). OR, how about creating a "Trash" folder in the ZTREE folder so that when a folder is PRUNEd, ZTREE actually moves the PRUNED folder into ZTREE's "TRASH" folder. Then, if the user REALLY wants to get rid of the folder, PRUNE it, again, from ZTREE's "TRASH" folder, (i.e., give ZTREE the capability of actually deleting (destroying) any folder in its "TRASH" folder when PRUNing a folder in ZTREE's "TRASH" folder. whew!!!!!

This way the PRUNEd folder could be recovered, if desired, or simply deleted.

Personally, I am satisifed with simply typing "PRUNE" again. The way XTREE does it.

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