If you have already installed Mac OS X 10.7.1, and you previously made ​​visible through the Library User Terminal command to, well, updating the folder back to its default state of invisibility. Nothing serious, you just launch the Terminal and re-type the following string and then press Enter:

chflags nohidden ~ / Library

The changes take effect immediately and the user Library folder will appear in the Home (Home) user.

The methods for accessing the “occasional: continue to operate normally:

– “Go to Folder” command Go to Folder in the Finder’s Go menu (accessed by pressing Shift-⌘-G), has long been the fastest gaming access to folders as invisible / Volumes / usr now is also useful for access to the Library folder. Just type in ~ / Library and click Go to display the folder in the Finder window.

– Option-click on the Go menu: in the Lion, as in Snow Leopard, the user’s Library folder is not included in the Finder’s Go menu. But in the Lion, with Option-click on the Go menu, “magically” appears the Library folder. Simply select the Library menu to open it in Finder.

There are actually several ways to display the Library folder:

  1. how to restore the Library folder of the Home
  2. how to restore the Library folder of the Home
  3. how to restore the Library folder of the Home
  4. how to restore the Library folder of the Home
   
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