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Join Date: Mar 2009
08-11-2009, 10:22 AM
Have a read on: Too Visible
It is discribed for tiger but also works on leopard.
Launch textedit, set it to plain text file.
Type the things you want to hide on seperate lines, so for example your file should look like:
Go to Save, make sure the box to add the extension is NOT checked, name the file .hidden and save at the root level of your drive (the same level that Applications and System are on). You will get a dialog saying that dot files are not nice and will become invisible (words to that effect anyway). Click the button that says "Use ." and then restart the Finder, or log out and back in, or just restart the computer.
Done. The file itself is also not visible because it starts with a . and that means invisible.
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