How to set Mac "Trash" as Global

Can someone please tll me how to use the "Trash" in Mac as a Global rejected folder. I tried different ways to no avail.
I want to make sure I don't have lingering "trash folders" everywhere as my intention is to delete the rejected files automatically.
Thanks for your help in advance.

Nobody can help?
Thanks anyway.


Dear Sir:

Please use Menu –> File –> "Clear _Rejected folder" instead. The reasons why we don't alloto use "Trash" directly are stated on the page 36 of the Manual:

FastRawViewer doesn’t allow one to delete files directly from the current folder.

This is intentional, and exists to ensure that no shots are accidentally deleted:

• There are many situations when the system “trashbin” can’t be used (removable drives, network folders and drives); also, in certain cases the operational system may delete part of the content of the system trashbin (for example, when the size of the trashbin is over the limit) without even requesting confirmation from the user.

• Flash cards and card readers are prone to hardware malfunctions, and moving a file into a subfolder is the safest file operation.

To delete files, after you are sure nothing is in to the _Rejected folder, which shouldn’t be (the _Rejected folder can be browsed with FastRawViewer as any folder), you can use the Clear _Rejected Folder operation

For your convenience, the Manual (pdf) comes with the installation and is accessible through main FastRawViewer Menu - Help - "PDF Manual"), or you can download it separately from our Download page, )

Thanks for responding.
I have been using computers for well over 30 years and I dont recall a software program that does not allow the user to delete files (almost always asking to confirm).
This is the first program I use with permanent training wheels.
You are doing an excellent job at protecting the user from themselves, but I believe the user should have a choice (and be responsible for it).
Besides now that I know I will automatically go and "Clear Rejected Files" with topping it all up the annoying "are you sure" EVERY time??? Is that supposed to scame me or stop me from doing it?
I hate to have files lingering in subfolders (that I may not visit) and taking precious space.
I believe the programmer should give the users more credit for their actions. Make it a choice, whatever, but give the grown-ups a choice.
Let US decide!
Other than that you have an excellent program, congratulations!
Thank you. 

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