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Windows provides restore item to the position from where it was deleted.

But I couldn't find any option to restore an item from trash.

Is it possible to restore an item from where it was moved to trashed?

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

This feature is in Snow Leopard, which is being released this Friday. It's not present in current versions of Mac OS X.

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Wow. Damn. Mac OS 7 (well, "System 7" at the time) could do this. WTF. – derobert Aug 27 '09 at 5:30
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yes, it's one of the things they missed from OS X 10.0 and have only just got around to reintroducing. – jrg Aug 27 '09 at 9:15
    
Before Snow Leopard: - click on the trash - move the deleted item to where you want – Laurent Etiemble Dec 10 '09 at 9:21

If you recently trashed it, you can undo the move under Edit, Undo. Not nearly as useful if you keep your trash full.

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As SidneySM pointed out, this feature has just been added to Snow Leopard.

On all other versions, you will just have to drag-and-drop the file out of the trash and back to where you want it. The trash will not remember where the original location of the file.

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