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Show Dotfiles in Finder on the Mac

Written on September 2, 2014

If you’re like me and spend a lot of time in Terminal, you may have no problem navigating your file structure. You may use commands like ls -a to list all files, even hidden dotfiles like .zshrc or .htaccess. But once in a while, you may need to see these dotfiles in Finder. This article shows you how to get your dotfiles to show in Finder.

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