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Luckily, as I mentioned, the folder is merely hidden, using a special file attribute called the hidden flag.
You just need to know how to make the folder visible again. I came up with—no joke— 19 ways to view the folder in Lion and Mountain Lion. But in Mavericks and Yosemite, Apple has made the task much more convenient, providing an easily accessible setting for toggling the visibility of your user-level Library folder.
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Depending on your Finder settings, this may be as easy as simply opening a new Finder window. Enable this option.
Your Library folder is immediately visible.