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i couldn't find an appropriate place to post this, so here it is.

i am currently downloading a file from my seedbox via FileZilla. i've noticed that for some reason, the file is being saved in....

/Users/jamie/.vidalia/file_location

i'm not quite sure how to access this directory, it's like it's hidden.

can anyone help me out please?
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Folders that have a period at the beginning are indeed hidden folders. This is how Unix designates folders that are to be hidden. If you want to view that directory, you can one of two things. Either follow the instructions here or in Finder, press Shift-Command-G and in the ensuing box, enter the directory. The first option is permanent until you execute the command again with a NO at the end while the second command is just a quick way to get to that directory.

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