[Bf-committers] defualt python scripts in OSX
trip at spymac.com
Fri Mar 4 01:27:39 CET 2005
On Mar 3, 2005, at 6:29 PM, joeedh wrote:
> zippy wrote:
>>>> However, it's as simple as
>>>> control-clicking or RMB-clicking on the bundle and selecting "show
>>>> package contents" from the popup.
>>> No it's not, because .blender folder is still hidden from the
>>> Finder. The only way you see it is via the command line.
>>> I don't think having it inside the package is so bad - the issue is
>>> the fact that it's hidden.
>> Exactly my point. So my idea then is why not just move the scripts
>> folder up one level so it is out of the .blender folder, that way
>> there is no need to rename anything just change one locate line. That
>> way everything stays inside of the app.
> You can't tell Finder to display hidden files and folders? I'm glad
> I'm on XP!
Not by default. You have to open terminal and send the command or
otherwise use a tool to show them. Same as having to use view options
in windows. But it is not a default thing in osx nor should it be, you
can really mess up the os if you delete something accidentally.
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