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Copy, paste, then go delete the original....gets old. Any native file manager capable of just moving a file?
 

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The dual pane of CargoDock makes cut/paste/delete process a bit faster than other file managers
 

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I can cut with Filetug.
 

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If you used cut instead of copy then you would not need to delete the original.

Or, as objectifnull says, use Cargo Dock's dual pane view. It has a quick "move to the other pane" option.
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Webcats FileManager or LLs Video Player FileManager also have Cut, Copy and Paste function.
Cut does exactly what you want.
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