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Library folder not found?


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So i need to open up Application SUpport in my Library folder but there is no library folder on my Mac? I heard they hid it so I tried un hiding it doing this in terminal

chflags nohidden ~/Libary

And Terminal said this.

chflags: /Users/joshua/Libary: No such file or directory

What can I do? i need the Application SUpport file that USE to be in there.

Just a Note, there is a Library file under Macintosh HD.
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Hold down the OPTION Key and click on Go from the Finder bar up top. You will see Library. Click on it and it will open.

I find this a much better way as that way, it's still hidden from people who might check out your system, but with one key press you can get to it.
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Thank you!
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Glad I could help you! If you have any other issues, please ask and we will do our best.
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chflags nohidden ~/Libary

And Terminal said this.

chflags: /Users/joshua/Libary: No such file or directory
If you had spelled library correctly, the command would have worked.
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If you had spelled library correctly, the command would have worked.
Hmm that would have helped -,-
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