In article <pan.2003.07.05.03.44.18.470624mailexcite.com>,
"johnny bobby bee" <steporemailexcite.com> wrote:
[gr] Thanks, Johnny, I appreciate that. Do you know a way to make> On Fri, 04 Jul 2003 23:03:41 -0400, GR Gaudreau wrote:
> > Q: How come the Finder doesn't display directories like /usr/bin, for
> > example?
> > Q: Is there a way to make Finder do that?
> - open finder
> - in file menu - select 'Go to folder' (or command-shift-G)
> - type in /usr/bin
> that's one way.
the invisible directories visible in Finder? Is there a setting
somewhere? I find it funny that Apple makes a Unix type OS available,
but doesn't show you the power at your disposal under the hood. Go