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10-13-2008 @ 10:44PM
Ugh.Mac OS X doesn't use double colons as a path separator. Using single colons, and starting paths with the name of the volume (which may or may not be "Macintosh HD", as even many novice users have figured out how to rename it), still works, but is outdated and not in common usage... even the Finder shows paths as Unix-style now. (So you could say /Applications/World of Warcraft, but that's only the default path for installing the game and is easily changed.)
10-13-2008 @ 11:12PM
Ung, you're a Mac snob. Get over it, he was trying to help.
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