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KDE 4 and Size limits for trash

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Some weeks ago, one of our customers asked for a nice feature that was requested 4 years ago the first time as far as I can see from the bug tracking system. He wanted an option to set a maximum size for the users
trash like you can do on Windows or MacOSX to avoid situations where the trash fills 50% of your hard disc and you wonder why you can't download emails any more Wink

3 days later we have a nice trash space handling now.

When you right click on your trash icon on the desktop and choose the 'Properties' entry, the appearing dialog will offer a new tab 'Size Limits' now as shown in the screen shot below.

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