That’s from the Extra Scripts plug-in, so make sure you have that.
You might also want to go to Preferences → General → Actions and confirm that the appropriate “Run” action is enabled and near the top of the list so it will be the default for scripts.
On 12 Mar 2021, at 19:00, Rob McBroom <mailin...@skurfer.com> wrote:
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On 12 Mar 2021, at 14:16, Tim Lawson wrote:
I don’t think the script works any more on Big Sur. Could be because it’s now named ‘bin’ as opposed to ‘trash’.
I never use it, but just tried it under Big Sur with English (US) and it works, so it’s probably just a localization thing.
Anyone with the right knowledge here... be great to have a replacement script please. I couldn’t even see how to create an automator action / workflow to do I it.
I don’t know if it’s possible to make a location-aware version of an AppleScript, but if anyone gets it working for your region specifically, you can drop the working version in
~/Library/Scripts. Quicksilver should be scanning that folder by default.