OS X Finder Search Question

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Mon Sep 26 00:25:04 EDT 2011

I'm getting pretty sick of Apple assuming I'm an idiot and 'protecting me'.
Lion is the epitome of this ethic. They  are 'fixing' a lot of crap that
doesn't need fixing. I love 64 bit performance but at what price?  For
someone that had a Mac on his desk in 1983 and an Apple II plus in 1980,
this is a fall backward.


On 25 September 2011 20:44, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:

> On 9/25/11 7:20 PM, Pete wrote:
>> Thanks Mark.  IS that the Privacy tab of the Spotlight Preferences?  If
>> so,
>> I don ;t see anything there that would exclude that folder, unless there's
>> some global option somewhere that excludes all system files?
> Apple doesn't believe you should need to find any system files, so it omits
> those. In Lion it even hides the library folders completely, presumably to
> give developers headaches. There may be a terminal command to change the
> behavior, maybe a quick google can find it.
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