Nearly all important Notes or Calendar apps Have a confirmation Dialogue before deleting!
- In OSX Files you can only delete files with command delete
- In Fantastical for Mac you get a confirmation dialogue before deleting
- In BusyCal for Mac you have an option in the preferences to select “get a dialogue before deleting an event.”(So the function is optional here, what could serve for OF as well
- In Evernote you only can delete a note with command delete
- Itunes also asks you before you really want to delete a track in your playlist (you can disable this confirmation dialog if you want)
*) There is a trash bin for Finder
*) There is a trashbin for Evernote, Apple Notes and Scrivener etc.
Does anybody have more examples?
I don’t understand why the developers don’t give us the option to delete a file or a note whatever with command delete or not. Some people just want to be more sure about not accidentally deleting something. Sadly OF is not implementing command delete option for tasks since years. I had numerous discussions with other OF-users in the forum trying to tell me just not to delete something, thus not understanding my problem that I ACCIDENTIALLY hit the delete key and deleted a task.
I Installed a third party tool and disabled the delete key in omifous completely. I was tired of accidentally deleting tasks or even context and projects! So in OF I cannot use the delete key anymore. If I want to really delete something in OF (or need the delete key while editing a note) I disable the third party tool and edit in OF and then reactivate the third party tool. I wrote the OF Support many times about this request and I am still waiting that this will be implemented one day. I mean it is for security, it is about our tasks. Come on OMNI!
I can just ask other users to write to OF and ask for this simple, but hugely important feature.
The same problem is also being discusses here: Where does a deleted item go? iOs or Mac
And here: Feature request: keyboard shortcut change for Delete Object and addition of Trash