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Nov 03, 2015, 06:55 PM
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An easy way to make hidden files show up on MAC OS

The Mac OS Finder hides all files and folders that start with a ' . ', but in an Open and Save dialog box there is a key combo that will display the hidden flies. Navigating to where the hidden files are in an open or save dialog box, Type ' Command + Shift + Period ' and the files that start with' . ' will show up.

One use for this would be installing the ' .DJI.configs' file into the DJI GO app on an iPad via the Mac.

1. Connect your device to iTunes
2. Download the ' .DJI.configs ' File. (I don't know where to get it)
3. Click ‘Add’ button in iTunes under the DJI GO apps Documents area.
4. Navigate the Open dialog to where the file is. (even though you can't see it yet)
5. Type Command+Shift+Period and it should show up.
6. Select it and click add. Done
7. Launch the app connected to the remote controller and it should now show support for 32 channels.
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