Scrivener’s Binder contains folders and files, and can be quite complex. As you work on a project, you may add folders, then delete them; create new files, then delete them. When you do this, you move them to the Trash folder. Items you place in the Trash stay there until you empty the Trash. This folder is similar to the Trash folder on a Mac or the Windows Recycle Bin.
Nevertheless, there are a few things to know about this folder. In this article, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about Scrivener’s Trash folder.
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