NC has the standard CMD-BACKSPACE for "Move to Trash", but not the standard SHIFT-CMD-BACKSPACE for "Empty Trash". Sure, you can always navigate to $HOME/.Trash, with hidden files visible, and then delete its contents, but a keyboard shortcut, a macOS standard shortcut nonetheless, would be great to have as well. Another option would be SHIFT-CTRL-CMD-BACKSPACE to force-empty the Trash, i.e. the equivalent to
In admin mode, it would just remove all contents without asking; with admin mode disabled, the user would have to enter his admin password.
The question is whether all trashes would be emptied, or just the local one. I would opt for just the local .Trash directory. For other trashes, there should (if at all) be a different option, i.e. the equivalent to
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sudo rm -rf /Volumes/*/.Trashes/*/*