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More Broken Proxy Icons

They're everywhere, I know. I wrote about some earlier ones here and today I discovered a new case in Preview.

Dragging a proxy icon to the trash did nothing. But opening the trash and dragging the proxy icon to the trash can's window properly moved the file to the trash.

Perhaps now that things like the Finder are re-written and, presumably, up-to-date, and Snow Leopard in general was a "fine-tuning" type of release, Apple engineers can focus on the little things that drive some people nuts. Proxy icons would make that list, I'd have to think.

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