I am currently making an Arch Linux based Live CD with recent Xfce, which is most contains latest and git versions of Xfce apps.
I faced up with Thunar, as you can read in subject of this topic.
When session starts, Xfce panel's trash applet says "Please, check if you running a File manager with Trash support, like Thunar", something like this.
When I tried to click Trash's icon on desktop, it says: cannot open trash:///, or something like this.
So, it is not strange because of development status, but I've found, that when I restart Thunar. not with just killling it, let's say by typing
$kill -1 `pidof Thunar`
After this, trash applet starts working again! And in Thunar's left panel, trash and remote filesystems/local disks icons appears.
gvfs is installed.
So, what the strange thing this may be? If anybody needs live cd, I can upload it on file store service.
Thanks, and sorry for my bad English
Sounds like a small bug, see if you can catch Jannis on IRC or file a bug report for Thunar