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Delete entire history of the dash

I really miss the function from 10.04 where I easily could delete my recently viewed files by a mouse-click. Is it possible to get this feature in Ubuntu 11.04? For example, by adding a right-click function or a simple button on the top right of the recent-list saying "Empty"?

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marked as duplicate by desgua, James Feb 26 '12 at 12:57

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Hello Tomtom, Askubuntu is a Q&A site, not a rant or feature request board. I assumed that you're using Ubuntu 11.04 now and made the question less of a rant. – Lekensteyn Sep 22 '11 at 9:38

I seem to remember Rick Spencer telling me he had written or was writing such an indicator. As I understood it, it would provide much the same functionality that you have in Firefox. That is to say, you would be able to deactivate logging or delete recent logs. I haven't tried it myself, but you can probably find it in his ppa on launchpad.

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