Is it possible to change a package directory into an ordinary directory, and how?
I was copying an old iPhoto library to my "~/Pictures" folder from an external drive, but I somehow made a mistake as only the subdirectories of the iPhoto library were copied over.
I tried making a new ".photolibrary" directory and moving the subdirectories into that, but the system still thinks that my Pictures folder is a ".photolibrary" directory. It comes up as a "package" rather than as a folder now, meaning I can only access it throught the command line or by choosing "show package contents" in Finder.
Also, when I tried renaming the new photolibrary to be the same as the old one, I get an error message saying that there already exists a directory with that name, even though there doesn't. I'm guessing the Pictures folder/package somehow comes up as having the name of my old photolibrary after I copied it over.
I am using OSX version 10.9, so I don't think SIP applies.
ls -dle@ ~/Pictures drwxrwxrwx@ 131 User staff 4454 19 Jun 01:37 /Users/User/Pictures com.apple.FinderInfo 32 com.apple.quarantine 21 0: group:everyone deny delete
This is what comes up when I do "get info" on my Pictures folder: