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DPP4 Quick check, move to recycle bin, grayed out?

robgilmo
Contributor

I am running Windows 10, the option to move to recycle bin is grayed out in quick check, any ideas?Screenshot (49).png

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Ray-uk
Whiz

Mine does the same so that is how it is meant to work. I never use quick check so had not noticed this.

If you right click on the large image rather than the thumbnail I see you get an option to mark the image as rejected, does this mark it for deletion, I haven't tried.

I think thats the only way to do it, mark as rejected then return to thumbnail screen and delete as a batch, its quite easy once you do it once or twice, and also gives you a second chance if you change your mind.

Jene_Clava
Contributor

I looked for this on various websites including youtube and solved it using to change the recycle bin value.

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