I downloaded this application (code composer studio from TI) and installed it and two applications showed up inside a folder called "TI (other)", one application called eclipse and another called "ti_distpack". But if i navigate to /Applications i see the TI folder which contains an alias to an app "Code Composer Studio." This is the application i want, the alias links to an app inside a folder inside that TI directory inside /Applications. I copied the alias and pasted the alias into /Applications to make the icon show up in my launchpad but no dice. I tried to manually created a symbolic link to the real app by doing
ln -s /Applications/ti/ccsv6/eclipse/Ccstudio.app /Applications/ and it created the alias but still won't show up in the launchpad.
I tried "killall Dock" in terminal as well as "rm ~/Library/Application\ Support/Dock/*.db ; killall Dock" but neither worked. I tried restarting but it didn't work. I tried pasting the alias inside my users applications folder but it wont work. I tried restarting and it doesn't work.
How do i get the alias to show up in launchpad?