Originally Posted by Eluard
I think if your home folder is missing then it may be a serious issue with your hard drive. (I have had folders disappear with a previous hard drive — prior to ML — and had to restore them from a back up. I don't think what you are seeing is normal behaviour.
No. It's not missing. It's just not visible at start up.
Text misses the natural conversation overtones that's supposed to reside in a normal conversation.
It is there. But you actually have to search for it, and then set it up to be seen each time. If this is really so hard to believe I'll do screen shots. One for each interval with notes.
I have had issues with Macs before. Many, many issues. Hard drives 'Un-mounting' when my brother plays Diablo 3 (I think that's right), iTunes librarys corrupting for no apparent reason (only after iTunes Match). Literally playing your music the whole day for a party, then it just stops after 7 or 9 hours. You check your computer and iTunes corrupted and Apple wants a message.
I'm not as un-intellegent or illiterate as the moderators think. When the rest of my class graduated high school I graduated college.
Yes, I'm young. But I'm not stupid. (hopefully this isn't leading into a condescending post...)
O.K. Maybe I received a weird mac. However you would have to times that by two. My retina macbook, and my uncles, showed up with the same thing... No "user" 'folder' so to speak. No "Application" folder and no "Documents" folder. However, they are all there under "Launch Pad". You have to set it up specifically to have the same look as you would with Snow Leopard.
Again, I could be missing something. Where they sold 20million Mac's, statistics states there will be problems.
Also on my current iMac, which was Snow Leopard born (Lion upgraded, and now Mountain Lion to my display horror), everything is there. I must be missing something.
Thank you for your thoughtful post!