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 **__Context Menu__** **__Context Menu__**
 ? Show action to permanently delete files and folders ? Show action to permanently delete files and folders
-! The context menu will show an additional entry to permanently delete files and folders.+! The context menu will show an additional entry to permanently delete files and folders 
 ===== Advanced Preferences ===== ===== Advanced Preferences =====
  
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-? Folder Permissions +**__Folder Permissions__** 
-Choose how Thunar responds when you attempt to apply new folder permissions: ​+ 
 +Choose how Thunar responds when you attempt to apply new folder permissions: ​
   *to just the selected folder   *to just the selected folder
   *to the folder and all of its contents   *to the folder and all of its contents
   *to ask for your choice every time.   *to ask for your choice every time.
-? Volume Management +**__Volume Management__** 
-If the ''​thunar-volman''​ package is installed, you can enable the integrated volume manager by checking the {gui>​Enable Volume Management} box and then clicking the //​Configure//​ link to bring up the **Removable Drives and Media** dialog. See the section called [[using-removable-media|Using Removable Media]] for details about this feature.+ 
 +If the ''​thunar-volman''​ package is installed, you can enable the integrated volume manager by checking the {gui>​Enable Volume Management} box and then clicking the //​Configure//​ link to bring up the **Removable Drives and Media** dialog. See the section called [[using-removable-media|Using Removable Media]] for details about this feature.