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Recover a comment deleted

By mistake, I created a git in a folder (named [SourceTree]) that had several repositories and other folders with code that I was going to create repositories later.


By accident, I deleted the repository, and off course, all the folders disappeared.

The Trash icon in the finder shows that there is trash, but when I open it, I don't see anything.  I tried to perform an Undo (there is none).

Can "I" recover the deleted repository before emptying trash?

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Manju Atlassian Team Jul 25, 2018

If you deleted only your bookmark, your SourceTree folder should be in its original location and not removed. If you also trashed the repo, you should be able to find it in Trash. 

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