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In Trash I can organize files by last modified date, and others, but I want to see last deleted files. Is there a way?

My "visible columns" options:

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My Trash folder screenshot: alt text

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Can you add a tag of which Ubuntu version you're using? Maybe the Trashed On column is a newer feature or something. –  Jorge Castro Dec 18 '10 at 16:08
    
@Jorge Castro it's 9.10. The new versions didn't worked well here, but this is another discussion.. –  Tom Brito Dec 18 '10 at 22:31

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Yes, just go to the Trash folder and click on the heading of the column Trashed On.

To see the Trashed On heading, the view must be set to List View.

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you mean the trash folder itself, not by clicking on the trash icon? where's it? Opening by the trash icon there's no such column.. nither on view->"Visible Columns" menu. –  Tom Brito Dec 17 '10 at 18:30
    
In the trash folder look lower than the 'file edit view ...' row to find the 'name size type ... row'. In that row you will see it. –  user7182 Dec 17 '10 at 18:38
    
I added a screenshot. Hope you don't mind. –  ændrük Dec 17 '10 at 19:02
    
Thanks for the addition! –  user7182 Dec 17 '10 at 19:04
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It appears that the "Trashed On" column was added in Ubuntu version 10.10. I'm not sure if there is a way to add it to previous versions of Ubuntu. –  Dennis VanMeter Dec 18 '10 at 16:39

Trashed On and Original Location are both features of Nautilus 2.32.0, which comes in Ubuntu Maverick 10.10.

If you don't have these columns options in your Trash, all you have to do is update your Nautilus to the last stable version. :)

http://git.gnome.org/browse/nautilus/commit/?h=gnome-2-32&id=87d96729a8f74c5255f7973c257ebcc14fb57e16

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looks like it's not possible to update it without update to Ubuntu 10, sad.. –  Tom Brito Dec 20 '10 at 11:07

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