Feature Request - Erase particular items in the Trash

One missing feature with Finder on MacOS is the impossibility to erase one particular item (file or folder) in a not empty trash (the only UI solution is to empty the whole Trash).

Could it be possible for TotalFinder to add this new feature:
for instance cmd-backspace (usual “Move to Trash” shortcut) could erase the selected item when performed in Trash window. A menu entry to do this would also be welcome.

Best regards,

I realize this is a long-dead feature request, but I’m bumping it because I can’t believe that only one other user would like to see this implemented.

Trash-related features that would be awesome:

  1. new menu item (File & contextual), available in all folder locations, including Trash:

    Delete Immediately     ⌥⌘⌫

  2. new TotalFinder preference items:

    in Menu section:

        :ballot_box_with_check:︎ Show Delete Immediately in Context Menus

    in System section?:

        :ballot_box_with_check:︎ Automatically empty old Trash items after __ 7 _ days

                :ballot_box_with_check:︎ Always empty old Trash items securely
                    (ignore Finder Advanced preference)

Thanks for developing TotalFinder!  –hea