Re: .hidden files? what dos that mean?

<quote who="Alan">

> > I think these are too ultra-special to be classed as "configuration
> > files".
> Not sure if you were being sarcastic and agreeing or disagreeing :)
> However, I agree with Calum, a method to tag files as hidden or not and
> then some sort of UI to allow the user to toggle between them would be far
> more "professional" looking than saying "oh, just open up your terminal
> window and edit this file".

My point was that this is not really a feature designed for "normal users",
it's special. It's there for distributors and techy users. So, there's not
much point in making it "more professional", because it's not supposed to be
a very user-exposed feature.

- Jeff

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