Re-think Luminar 3 image delete design

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    pierre lion

    I agree with you Kendall, image delete is really confusing.

    This needs to be redesigned.

    Sometimes copy what competitors do is a good way to do it right.

    Regards

    Pierre

     

     

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    Anastasia Davis

    Hey! Please note that it is easy to understand the system. Basically, when you empty your trash in Luminar, the files are deleted from your system as well.
    Unless you empty the trash, files are safe on your hard drive.

     

     

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    Kendall Schmidt

    @Anastasia,

    As I stated, I understand the 3-step process, but I find it unnecessary for it to be 3-steps. Also, there are several places/ways one can delete images and it isn't always very clear to which "trash" your images will go. It should be made unquestionably clear as to which "trash" your images will go into - e.g. 'Luminar Trash" or "System Trash" -or- permanently deleted.

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Kendall,

    I agree that a distinction would be helpful. I'll share this suggestion with our developers. Thank you for your feedback!

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    Guerry Doolittle

    Worse, my Luminar3 trash will not empty at all. I have 1564 images showing in Luminar Trash. Trying to empty elicits DSC_xxxx.xxx couldn’t be moved to the trash, whether trying to delete single image or empty all.

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    Terry Rogers

    Hi Guerry! Our technical support has replied to your email. Please try to follow the instructions provided in the email and let us know if that helps or not.

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