When I believed I have set the interface and things around I can start using the Atom, I realized I can't delete the file from the IDE: "Move to trash" popup appears, clicking it leads to "The following file couldn't be moved to the trash. - Is there a recycle bin on the drive where the files are stored?" error. I am pretty sure it's caused by the fact I have the windows' recycle bin disabled completely on all my drives and I am not going to enable it just because of yet unused editor.
What's in my mind is only "Hey! It's 2017, software should not deny file delete operation.". It's not like some Potter's magic I am trying to do here - it's just a file remove action. And it's failure is a huge disappointment for me.
So I would like to ask you: Is there any way to bypass the popup and let the Atom remove files even if recycle bin is disabled?