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The title says it all. I know I can do Shift Delete to remove files bypassing the trash.

What I want, is to just hit Delete and bypass the trash by default. Shift Delete should be to remove to trash.

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

Just saw this... might be up your alley:

Looks like there is the Shift Delete already configured in this example (referring to this image:

Good luck.

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