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    [...] app Apple ever created IMO. It can’t even show hidden unix files/folders. You need to install automator show hidden files to be able to do [...]

    Pingback by everlastingLearning » Blog Archive » From Ubuntu to Snow Leopard — October 7, 2009 @ 5:27 am

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    [...] used to use an Automator action for this, but Mac OS X Hints unearthed a sweet Snow Leopard shortcut for geeks: the ability to show [...]

    Pingback by Cmd+Shift+Period Toggles Hidden File Visibility in Snow Leopard [Keyboard Shortcuts] | Diy all the Way — September 19, 2009 @ 3:28 am

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    [...] used to use an Automator action for this, but Mac OS X Hints unearthed a sweet Snow Leopard shortcut for geeks: the ability to show [...]

    Pingback by Cmd+Shift+Period Toggles Hidden File Visibility In Snow Leopard | Lifehacker Australia — September 18, 2009 @ 9:11 pm

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    [...] used to use an Automator action for this, but Mac OS X Hints unearthed a sweet Snow Leopard shortcut for geeks: the ability to show [...]

    Pingback by Cmd+Shift+Period Toggles Hidden File Visibility in Snow Leopard [Keyboard Shortcuts] · TechBlogger — September 18, 2009 @ 7:02 pm

  5. 15.

    [...] ones that start with a dot—can show them using a Terminal command or even better, this handy Automator action. I keep that Automator action docked on Finder’s toolbar for easy one-click access from any [...]

    Pingback by Tweak Your Way to a Better Finder [Mac OS X] | GetAnswers.ws — June 24, 2009 @ 11:04 pm

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