[OS X TeX] making invisible files visible

Rene Borgella macmechanic at fastmail.fm
Sat Jan 15 14:33:39 EST 2005

a good utility to do this if you  need to see 
what's on your mac (and you aren't or rather not 
use terminal) is "tinkertool".  It's free and has 
a few other grea features (like teaching your 
dock how to behave the way you'd like).  Get it 
at versiontracker.com or 
TinkerTool isn't a "hack" that compromises your 
system, so it's safe to use.

another method is to use the Menu item "Go to 
Folder".  You can navigate to invisible folders 
using this menu item, and some folks do this to 
make the invisible directories (e.g. "usr") 
visible so that they can then place that 
directory in their sidebar for quick access.


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