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According to this article, the com.apple.FinderInfo attribute is something that Apple built into Finder and its own filesystem, for its own use. In general, though, extended attributes are freeform; any application can attach its own extended attribute whose value has an arbitrary format. This makes generalized decoding harder, especially since extended ...


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Transparent icon, move off screen, easy step-by-step here: https://www.scottofford.com/2013/03/hide-ds-store-on-mac/ Via this Ask Different answer: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/237999/6902.


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Could it be that the files are hidden? I had a similar problem and as I suspected, after deleting the files, they were moved to a hidden trash folder on the same drive.I followed the steps in the link Open terminal and enter the following: defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles NO Relaunch finder by alt clicking the finder icon and click ...


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Yes, you can do that. This tip comes from an Apple engineer and it works on list view too. Here we go: create two directories and call them directory Pictures or Movies and put your pictures and movies on those directories. if you look at the view options of the Pictures directory you see two new options: dimensions and resolution. the Movies directory ...


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As of macOS Sierra Beta, .DS_Store is actually always hidden from the Finder. Just show hidden files as you would normally and .DS_Store will be gone: defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -bool YES && killall Finder


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After some more troubleshooting I found that ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist had some references of my ~/.ssh folder which was suspicious. I must have directly or indirectly added that somehow. I backed up the file and deleted the .ssh/ from that file and things started behaving as expected. I've also read some suggestions when having Finder ...



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