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  • Bug: File.Delete&Folder.Delete&Floder.DeleteTree can't delete empty read-only folders

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    Read-only folders cannot be deleted without clearing the attribute first, which File Explorer may do automatically, but the action does not, in the same manner as the good old DOS commands from the past.

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      Originally posted by Ulrich View Post
      Read-only folders cannot be deleted without clearing the attribute first, which File Explorer may do automatically, but the action does not, in the same manner as the good old DOS commands from the past.

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      Ulrich
      You should always keep action the same as File Explorer, not DOS. Because current users interact directly with File Explorer, rather than DOS, they will not be aware of this defect when using action.

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