I'm a web developer. I really need to use
How can make Finder show only the
.htaccess file and not all the file prefixed with
I am running OS X Lion.
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To my best knowledge, you cannot selectively display dot files in Finder. However, if you just need a way to easily open them via Finder, you could create a symlink to the file in its directory, omitting the dot in the name, i.e.:
cdinto your folder;
ln -s $PWD/.htaccess $PWD/htaccess.
You can then open the file by double-clicking the newly created link, select an editor in the link’s context menu etc. However, if you want to copy, up- or download your
.htaccess file, you are stuck with Terminal, full display of all dot files, or temporarily renaming the file (to
Tried many method, the best way for me is use Houdini.
Houdini can easily hide and display all hidden.