Since Lion (10.7.x), Apple has removed the "Library" folder from the finder, at least you think. Here is the command: ~/Library -Minituff.
Make the User Library visible in Mountain Lion (osx10.7) as it used to be in Snow Leopard.
From London School of Sound
In this video, I demonstrate how to get your library folder back on your Mac. Please support by liking, sharing, and subscribing! New videos every week! Twitter: ...
From Sam Lisker
The Library folder under each account user name is, by default, invisible in Lion and Mountain Lion versions of OS X. It is the folder that stores settings and ...
From Michi Leber
SUPER EASY AND QUICK TUTORIAL! How to find "Library" Folder in Mac OS X Lion, (10.7) Mountain Lion, (10.8) Mavericks, (10.9) Yosemite, (10.10) and El ...
Whatever the case may have been, up until Lion (OS X 10.7), you simply opened your Home folder to access the Library folder, But after upgrading to Lion, OS X ...
From iApple OSX
Hello youtube, Terminal code: chflags nohidden ~/Library/ Hope this helps (: Please rate, comment, and subscribe.
This is a tutorial on how to get back your Library folder in Mac OS 10 Lion update. Be sure to Like, Comment, and Subscribe to stay tuned for the latest videos!
On OS X Yosemite and El Capitan, some folders remain locked, here is how to access...
A tutorial to get your library folder back. Sorry about the lag :( TERMINAL CODE: chflags nohidden ~/library/ PLEASE!! Like, comment, and subscribe if you want ...
From OOTAG MV