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It's not hidden in Snow Leopard - if you go to your Home Folder you will see it there which you don't on later systems, which is why the 'option-Go' facility was introduced - it was never there on earlier systems. Just typing 'Library' in the Go to Folder field won't do anything.

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How to view the ~/Library folder in Mavericks and Yosemite

But after upgrading to Lion, OS X The folder was gone. Luckily, as I mentioned, the folder is merely hidden, using a special file attribute called the hidden flag. You just need to know how to make the folder visible again. I came up with—no joke— 19 ways to view the folder in Lion and Mountain Lion.

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Apple made the user library folder hidden by default with the If it's necessary to access these files to perform Adobe-related troubleshooting, use one of the following methods to make the user library content visible. Access hidden user library files Mac OS I have done this and have accessed the Library, however the folder I am looking for is still not there but the content of that folder remains accessible. This sounds like my problem, however I did not purchase from Apple. I purchased my copy from Amazon.

Show User Library Directory in Mac OS X Lion & Mountain Lion

Actions are a huge part of my workflow so this is really bothersome that there is no apparent fix available. Submit Cancel. Is it possible your presets are being saved and loaded from the presets folder inside the application folder? No they are not there, I have looked.