Accidental remove repository

Hi guys, i really need help.
I accidental removed the repository from my local pc using sourcetree, the thing is that i was developing a plugin but didnt upload yet, i was going to use source tree.
Then i try toremove an old folder but missed and clicked on the new one.

Is there any way to recovery, i serched into my trash, im using windows 8 but only a few file like 10 from like 1000.

dont tell me i lose all the scripts, it was the first time using source tree.

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Click on the folder you deleted the repository from, then click "recover from previous version".

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Did you click the "remove bookmarks" button or "delete repositories on disk"?

yes i didnt saw that message, i tought i was deleting my old folder, but i enden deleting the plugins folder

I saw that option on windows but i had this off, so it will not work.
Im using a program to recover data, i recovered a few files but from the most important folder /plugins i got nothing

A few other people have complained in recent weeks that SourceTree doesn't send deleted files to the recycle bin. I don't think there's anything else they can do for you at this point. Keep pursuing those file recovery tools.

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