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Originally Posted by hillstones View Post
That terminal hack doesn't work. Restart your Mac and the User folder will disappear once again. Chris Breen at Macworld confirmed it.

 

Doesn’t mean it doesn’t work. Just means it has to work harder.

 

It’s psychotic that this got through, though. 

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That terminal hack doesn't work. Restart your Mac and the User folder will disappear once again. Chris Breen at Macworld confirmed it.

There are some good suggestions from readers at the end of that article by Breen.

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post #44 of 45
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That terminal hack doesn't work. Restart your Mac and the User folder will disappear once again. Chris Breen at Macworld confirmed it.

It works. Write a script that gets called when you machine starts up.

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post #45 of 45
I have a late 2013 model 13 inch MacBook Pro so I'm a little pissed that with this update I still have no extended 4K support via Thunderbolt or HDMI using OS-X. Despite it being available, I believe with Windows 8. Which I don't want to use! I wonder if Apple will ever provide this extended support for my model Mac in a future update? Probably not.
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