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Always show hidden in Open/Save dialogs
Is it possible to set by default to show hidden files and folders in Open and Save dialogs ? I know it is possible to trigger to show hidden for dialog lifetime by press Command ⌘+Shift ⇧+..
Sep 26 '12 at 18:11
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