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Could OSX take this path?
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Could OSX take this path?
What path?
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Ah. OSX will take that path. The unknown path.

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path = vector = Illustrator

Hence OS X = Illustrator
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Yes it can - and many more too.

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Quite possibly, and most probably, but with no certainty.

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I always put a Path statement in my AutoExec.Bat file in DOS. Helped it find programs not in the path.
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Its the old "OSX Invisibility Hack". DoneDeal must have hit enter as he posted the path, and POOF! his mac has gone and he cant find it anymore.

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Are you perhaps missing a URL that you intended to include? What path?

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What the heck is this?

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pb14:~ technologist$ echo $PATH
/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/opt/local/bin:/usr/local/bin:/opt/local/bin/

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