[Bf-committers] defualt python scripts in OSX

Martin Poirier theeth at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 3 21:44:33 CET 2005

--- Nick Winters <nickrwinters at gmail.com> wrote:
> >  As it is now a user has to use a tool like
> tinkertool to see this folder.
> or enable hidden files and folders, and system files
> and folders in
> the folder options... the folder where blender puts
> the language and
> scripts is an option on installation.
> by default it will be C:\Program Files\Blender
> Foundation\Blender\.blender
> the application data folder would be C:\Documents
> and
> Settings\Experimental User\Application Data\Blender
> Foundation\Blender\.blender
> the application data folder is hidden, but you can
> also get there
> starting with the environment variable:
> %APPDATA%\Blender Foundation\Blender\.blender
> in linux you can use things like ls -a to see the
> .blender folder...

He was talking about OS X which is somewhat different
from both of those case. The ls -a trick would work,
but I'm not sure you can navigate a .app package like


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