File Folder Permanent Deletion Bug
I was opening up a file, and right clicked on a folder to rename it. My finger slipped, and I clicked "move to trash" which is right next to "rename"
The folder disappeared.
Ctrl Z did not restore it
IT WAS NOT IN THE TRASH.
It was GONE.
Please investigate why files/folders are PERMANENTLY DELETED if you attempt to rename them in the open file menu and slip and hit 'move to trash' by simple mistake, or at least give a warning about PERMANENT DELETION. I am very upset to have lost a couple hours' work this way.
Edit: The file location was not on my computer but on a network. I would a >least< expect a confirmation of permanent deletion since MacOS gives a warning when attempting to 'move to trash' a similar folder in the Finder.
Ryan, not sure about Macs, but’s the same behavior is typical for Windows, but not only in the open/save dialogs, but in Explorer in general — when you delete anything from a computer in the network, it's GONE. It does not get moved to the Recycle Bin, not at your or this network machine, it’s just vanishes forever. However, at Windows it asks for a confirmation, in any case.
Definitely requires investigation :(