Topic: Move actions not undoable from Finder

Maybe I've gotten spoiled by Alfred, but in Alfred when one uses a Move File action, it gets added to the Finder's undo/redo stack and can be undone in the Finder.  So what I'm suggesting is possible.

In Dropzone it doesn't - so if accidentally drop a file on the wrong icon, and I see that it hasn't appeared in the destination, I need to manually search for it, rather than just undoing the move in the Finder.

Would it be possible for Dropzone, when one Moves or Copies a file, to add that action to the Finder history so that it can be easily undone?

Re: Move actions not undoable from Finder

That's a very interesting request.

Dropzone 3 currently uses rsync to do all copying and moving. I'm thinking that if you use the OS X copying/moving APIs then Finder allows an undo. Unfortunately switching from rsync to the OS X copy/move API would quite likely be a pretty big job. I will definitely keep it in mind though. Thanks for the feedback.