When I show invisible items in my de-crypted Vault (FUSE type), I see a folder called ‘.Trash-1000’ with subfolders ‘files’ and ‘info’. My user account number is 1000, which I assume explains that part of the folder’s name.
‘files’ contains recently-deleted files, but only if they were deleted on my Linux (Debian Buster) machine, not if they were deleted on my MacOS Mojave machine.
‘info’ contains ‘metadata’ text files prefixed with the name of each deleted file, and the original path of the deleted file and its deletion date in the text content.
I don’t understand why this is happening, and I cannot find Cryptomator documentation about it. Is it something that Debian/Nautilus is doing and that MacOS is not doing?
If I want, can I enable this on MacOS?
If I want to save space, how do I delete a file already in ‘.Trash-1000’? I currently have about 1GB of trash in a total vault size of 2GB, so it would be nice to trim it down.