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Trash can in inventory

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    T is already the default key for chat, I believe.

    Why does Minecraft need this? You could just dig a hole in the ground and put all your junk in some chests. Or throw it in lava. Or just toss it out and wait for it to despawn. There are many ways to deal with this problem, so I don't see how your idea adds anything of value.

    Also, I'm afraid people will accidentally move valuable tools to their trash all the time with this feature. I wouldn't want that to happen.

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    This exists in the the creative inventory so it's just a matter of copy and paste, as well as extending the background. This is more of a user interface topic.

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    BB6amer commented
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    even in survival and creative, as much as it is easy to delete in creative, just lava, in survival this is harder to do, and just dragging and dropping in the trash would be simpler, its a nice idea, even though it was already in Java, it wouldn't hurt for Bedrock to use this as well...

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    TubsO28 commented
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    I see now bad coming from this feature other than an accidental press of whatever key or button is pressed. But if you mirror what Terraia does it just holds the item until the next one is thrown away. Yes, you already can throw stuff in a hole or lava, or some restone contraption, but why not let everyone have the option to do that than just saying "NO", more options the better in my book. 

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    Matej Mráz commented
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    WONT ADD IT!!!!!

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    Deiro Herat commented
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    Hgecrrcv

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    The concept of a "trash can" does not really fit to survival. You can't just make an item disappear without using it up.

     
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    Personally why this wasn't already implemented when it already was a feature (in creative) is beyond me and if implemented would benefit greatly.

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    jim smith commented
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    I think this is a brilliant idea! You have no idea how much simpler it would be for me to delete things this way rather than placing lava down throwing a bunch of items into it and then picking the lava up again which is kind of a hassle.

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    Superstars111 commented
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    While the feature works nicely in Terraria, I'm not sure it would transfer well in survival Minecraft. In Terraria, items don't despawn or burn in lava, so the trash can is really the only way to dispose of stuff. Terraria also has a safety feature where you can favorite items to keep them locked into your inventory. Terraria items are also organized into tiers, with the gray tier being objectively worthless.

    Minecraft, for starters, doesn't have the tier system. No item is truly worthless. Even rotten flesh can be traded with villagers. Of course, sometimes you still want to get rid of items. This much is true. But it would give the added risk, as MacchuPicchu notes, of accidentally throwing out valuable items. (In creative mode, of course, you could just bring it right back, so it makes more sense to have it there.) And unlike Terraria, we can just throw stuff at a cactus.

    This doesn't mean that your idea is just total garbage (pun intended), but I think it definitely needs some tweaking. I do agree that when I'm mining, sometimes I don't want to be picking up every single item on the ground just to toss it down and pick it up again. So either an additional "safety" feature like Terraria has, that doesn't let you throw certain items out, or else maybe it doesn't really delete the item, but rather, throws it on the ground and doesn't let you pick it up again for a certain amount of time. Stuff despawns after five minutes, I believe, so anything that you "delete" could be thrown on the ground and marked that you can't pick it up for, say, three minutes. Still kind of a mess, so maybe it turns invisible too? But it would be a built-in safety feature to keep your diamonds safe.