Hi, all. I've had my MacbookPro for over a year now, but I'm only just now getting serious about customizing it to look and work just how I want it to. I've got a couple of 'alias' shortcuts I'd like to keep on my desktop, and I was wondering if there was a way I could have the icons be visible, but not the file names. You know, so they'd just look like buttons. Here are some more details that might not be relevant, but I suppose could help someone suggest a possible workaround: I've got a MacBook Pro, Intel, running Leopard 10.5.6. The aliases in question go to the 'music', 'movies', 'tv', and 'desktop' directories on an Ubuntu PC on my local network that I'm using as a media center & library. The icons I'm using make the alias' respective functions self-evident -- all the file name text beneath it does is look out of place and awkward. If there's another way besides aliases to get four 'buttons' on my desktop that take me to my Ubuntu PC's media folders, I'm game. Thanks in advance, y'all.