Okay, so I know most of you probably don't have the dev release of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, but I got it today, and a really big thing was changed... Apple hid the Library folder which is usually in your Home folder. After a little bit of searching, I found the answer on how to unhide it. Because it is a folder hidden by Apple, it is flagged, so the Terminal command would be: Code: chflags nohidden /Users/<Username>/Library or use an easier way. Code: chflags nohidden ~/Library/ This is especially helpful in Lion, yet it can be used in previous versions of Mac OS X. Just a tip, if you want to unhide any file or folder on Mac that you hid using a period in front of its name, you can use this command: Code: mv /path/to/file/.name /path/to/file/newname Hope this saves you the hassle of looking all over for these commands like I had to do!