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After i upgraded Mountain Lion on my MacBook Air, i haven't any Sites folder in my home-folder.

On my Mac Mini there is still my Sites folder with all my local sites in it.

How do i get it back?

  • XAMPP is installed
  • XCode is installed
  • Developer tools are installed
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Have you tried just recreating the folder and naming it the same thing? I don't believe the folder is created when you install developer tools. It should be there due to Safari.

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Simple Trick - solved my problem! Thank you! But i'm a german user, so sites is normally translated in "websites". So something is wrong... but it works! – gruberb Jul 29 '12 at 20:53
No problem, I'm glad that worked :) – user13595 Jul 29 '12 at 20:58

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