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Hi, my 11month old Son got to my laptop while I was distracted and managed to hammer on the delete and enter keys and deleted some references. I had a backup, but it did make me curious as to why Bookends doesn't have a Trash folder like Endnote, Scrivener or the OS itself?
I would second this also, having in a heart-stopping moment nearly deleted all the references in my library due to a lag when attempting to 'select all' in a field... (I have regular backups so it wouldn't have meant much time lost, but still!)
I just marched over to the forum to specifically request this as well. Twice now I have clicked directly on a note card and hit delete only to see the entire citation be wiped from my database. It is unbelievably frustrating, and a trash folder would save many a headache
~I swore to myself that if I ever got to walk around the room as manager people would laugh as they saw me coming and applaud as I walked away~
This was just a bump on this feature query. The iOS version of Bookends does has a Trash folder, so I suspect the issue is an architectural one on macOS (storing references ONLY in a predefined smart folder, not visible in All etc.)?