desmond wrote:redlester wrote:Thank you. From what I’ve read even with the bigger keyboard I would have to press command-delete to do the same?
No, it's always Command-Backspace to delete files in the Finder.
Ok. I read wrong, or misunderstood.
For anyone reading this thread in future, if you are setting up network drives and adding them to login items to connect on start up each time, selecting “hide” next to the drive in the login options window does not prevent Finder from opening an instance for each drive at start up. If you search for solutions apparently there are ways around it using AppleScript and Automator, but I’ve left them as they are and I just close each Finder window after startup. It gives me a positive confirmation that the drives have been found and connected properly, so I don’t mind it too much. It would be a pain if you had a lot of drive connections though.