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answered How can I copy files from my Mac to PC via Microsoft Remote Desktop?
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comment How can I copy files from my Mac to PC via Microsoft Remote Desktop?
@Senseful I think you should clarify that you're using RDC's file sharing feature, not Mac's native "File Sharing" via SMB (in File Sharing options). RDC's file sharing sets up something that looks like an SMB share (starts with 2 backslashes).
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answered iOS 6 - does it save my location?
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comment iPhone 4s: How do I see versions of my apps?
Thanks - that worked. I thought I tried that, but I might've clicked on a built-in app instead one from the Store. Built-in ones don't show the version.
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comment Can I create a Desktop Shortcut/Alias to a Folder from the Terminal?
I know what it was - you can't have a trailing slash!
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comment Can I create a Desktop Shortcut/Alias to a Folder from the Terminal?
Ah, you're right. I got an error before, but I must've mistyped something.
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comment Can I create a Desktop Shortcut/Alias to a Folder from the Terminal?
Note that the spaces/special chars problem would exist in any solution - the shell can't know that you meant to pass 1 parameter rather than 2 separate ones.
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comment Can I create a Desktop Shortcut/Alias to a Folder from the Terminal?
I think you meant ln -s ~/Library/path/to/folder folder. One minor disadvantage to this method (ie symlinking) is that the link will be broken if the "original" (ie the target) is moved or renamed.