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OS 10.4 - Set files of certain type as hidden


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I've got an audio recording program that creates data files for every audio file I record or open. For example, opening "audiofile1.aif" makes an "audiofile1.aif.data" file in the same folder. This is a real headache when I'm sorting through a ton of files.

Is there a way to set OSX to automatically make all files of a particular extension as invisible?
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