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I need help making a mac install of files and folders


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Hi,

I need help creating a mac install that will put files and folders into specified paths. This is for a music program that needs the aiff files to be installed in a specific folder. There is no program that needs to be installed. I will pay for help.

See my company website at heatseekersmusic.com

This is for a product expansion.

Contact me for more info.

Paul Xavier
213.359.0742
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