Mavericks: A much easier way to toggle your library folder

In OS X Lion a couple years ago, Apple hid the Home user library folder (for admittedly good reason), and there have been various tricks and Terminal commands to show it. In Mavericks, Apple made a pretty good compromise for users who (know what they’re doing and) still need access.

Mavericks: A much easier way to toggle your library folder

In OS X Lion a couple years ago, Apple hid the Home user library folder (for admittedly good reason), and there have been various tricks and Terminal commands to show it. In Mavericks, Apple made a pretty good compromise for users who (know what they’re doing and) still need access.


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  1. rspeed reblogged this from tbridge and added:
    I wish I had known about this sooner.
  2. thundercougaraaronbird reblogged this from finermac and added:
    probably the best thing about the update?
  3. tbridge reblogged this from finermac and added:
    Bout goddamned time.
  4. shaneo reblogged this from chartier and added:
    Just made my life a little bit easier.
  5. akio reblogged this from chartier and added:
    I still think Apple places these new commands in such nested level of menus and windows, and there are just too many of...
  6. chartier reblogged this from finermac and added:
    A much easier way to toggle your library folder
  7. finertech reblogged this from finermac and added:
    A much easier way to toggle your library folder
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