i got singleplayer commands and installed it half way through but then i found out there was the automatic installation and got rid of
everything i started installing to get the automatic installation so i got it and then it said start minecraft i clicked the button but minecarft
wouldnt open so i deleted single player commands but when i went on minecraft i tried to open a world but it just said for a second minecraft crashed i went on a series of events trying to find away to get back on and now my minecraft folder and every thing that could possibly have to do with minecraft is gone (exept fpr my server and world folder) and now i have not the slitest idea on how to get anything back
btw i use a mac osx 10.5.8 again PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!
I am not currently running on a Mac at the moment, but I will walk you folks through as best as I can. I remember that there was a function that sets certain folders invisible and is only visible after toggling an option. Go to the folder that .minecraft was supposed to be in (something like Application Data, I believe) and click one the menu options at the very top (where the Apple logo is, etc.) to pull down a list of items to choose. While having a list open, hold either Ctrl, Alt, or the Command button on your keyboard and watch to see if an extra item pulls up on the list. If so, it should be called something like Hide Folders or something (I have no clue what it's called), and try clicking it. If the .minecraft folder shows up, you're in luck!
I am fairly positive that this should fix the problem; good luck!
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I had the same problem, and i think I've figured it out!
cheers mjbmitch for the hint.
click on Go in the menu bar
hold down the 'alt' key whilst the Go drop down menu is down,
A new option to click on should appear half way down called 'Library'
click on Library, then click on Application support,
There you should (if I'm not mistaken) find a mine craft folder.
I'm having this exact same problem for my macbook pro os x lion, but when i put in /library/Application Support i don't have a .minecraft folder there. In fact I can't find any minecraft folders at all! If someone could please tell me house to get my .minecraft into application support that would be awesome.