[Chimera-users] where is the chimera directory on my imac?

Jeramia Ory jeramia at mac.com
Tue Nov 28 14:56:56 PST 2006

Hi Cathy,

In the Finder, right click on the Chimera icon, and choose "Show  
Package Contents," and navigate from there.

Applications in Mac OS X are actually folders called foo.app, you can  
accomplish the same thing in the command line by changing to the / 
Applications/Chimera.app/ directory


On Nov 28, 2006, at 5:52 PM, Catherine Lawson wrote:

> Dear Chimera Folks,
> I am familiar with adding experimental features to Chimera
> installations on linux and pc.  I'd like to do the same for the
> working installation of Chimera on my new intel dual-core iMac, but I
> cannot find the share folder that I should put them into.
> I'm using UCSF Chimera beta version 1 build 2309 (2006/11/08),
> platform: darwin, windowing system:X11.  After I installed the
> software following instructions I moved the icon that was on the
> desktop to the applications folder, as suggested.  When I use the
> finder search I cannot find any folders named chimera or chimera.app.
> Yet they must be there somewhere!  But where?
> thanks in advance for your help...
> Cathy
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