Feature #1062

[PS3] Option to Delete files (both on HDD and SAMBA)

Added by Jerome Morrow about 8 years ago. Updated over 7 years ago.

Status:FixedStart date:07/30/2012
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Andreas Smas% Done:

100%

Category:Filesystem
Target version:4.4

Description

May be this happens to others too: After watch an episode, I just want to delete it, because I don't want to watch it again nor make a backup the file on DVD.

This can be resolve adding something like context menu (may be using square button), with the "delete file" option. Then a popup message like "are you sure you want to remove....". The deleting process will erase the video file and its external subtitle too.

Associated revisions

Revision 08e0eaba
Added by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

Support deleting directories

Refs #1062

Change included in version 4.3.226

Revision 076d4f68
Added by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

Add support for deleteing files and directories over SMB

Fixes #1062

Change included in version 4.3.227

Revision aebc9855
Added by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

Add confirmation when just deleting one file as well

refs #1062

Change included in version 4.3.230

History

#1 Updated by Tiago windcrusher about 8 years ago

Hi
You can use search to not duplicate activity...

[[https://www.lonelycoder.com/redmine/issues/764 - Delete a file]]

#2 Updated by Jerome Morrow about 8 years ago

OK, you are right. A few days ago I tried to read all the activity (bugs and features), but clearly did not see the one you mention.

Hopefully this feature can be incorporated in future releases.

#3 Updated by Andreas Smas about 8 years ago

  • Target version changed from 4.0 to 33

#4 Updated by Andreas Smas about 8 years ago

  • Category changed from User interface to Filesystem

#5 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Will be great if this feature can be implemented.... Thanks

#6 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Accepted
  • Target version changed from 33 to 4.4

Just a tiny update. I have this working for local file system now.

Adding samba support is easy so i'll do that as well before i push it.

Thanks for waiting :-)

#7 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Excelent news.... Thanks ;-)

#8 Updated by Girish Patel over 7 years ago

Can this be an option to turn off please? As I don't like the thought of my kids being able to delete files :)

#9 Updated by Tiago windcrusher over 7 years ago

For me this dont work correct..

For USB HDD file this work perfect.
For PS3 HDD I'm cant delete folder, only works to delete files.
For SMB folder (windows 7 share folder in uSB HD NTFS with user full control acess) - Dont work, I'm can't delete files or folder.

#10 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

Tiago windcrusher wrote:

For me this dont work correct..

For USB HDD file this work perfect.
For PS3 HDD I'm cant delete folder, only works to delete files.

I'll make it possible to delete folders (assuming they are empty)

For SMB folder (windows 7 share folder in uSB HD NTFS with user full control acess) - Dont work, I'm can't delete files or folder.

True, I've not implemented SMB support yet (never claimed it either)

#11 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from Accepted to Fixed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

#12 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Thanks. Could you please also implement an "confirmation popup" and the hability to "delete non-emply folder"

#13 Updated by Andreas Smas over 7 years ago

Jerome Morrow wrote:

Thanks. Could you please also implement an "confirmation popup" and the hability to "delete non-emply folder"

Done (but only ask for confirmation when deleting folder).

Also displays number of files/directories to delete in confirmation dialogue.

#14 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Thanks again.. But, why not confirmation popup for single files ???? :)

#15 Updated by Tiago windcrusher over 7 years ago

User is very boring same ..... (I'm referendum to myself)

The option to disable / enable could be:
OFF
ON with confirmation
ON without confirmation

This is not a request, it's just a suggestion that may be standard for new on / off switch that seem need a confirmation ..

#16 Updated by Jerome Morrow over 7 years ago

Works perfect. ;)

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