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Old 07-20-2015, 05:56 PM   #1
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Where can I find Kobo configuration files?

I recently purchased a Kobo Aura secondhand. I've been doing alright figuring out how to sideload epubs from Calibre but I need some help enabling the full screen option. I understand that I need to make changes to the Koboereader.config file but there are no folders in my Kobo drive besides those from Calibre and my fonts folder. I am sure there is a simple solution that I am missing! I am using a Mac. Thanks!
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By default Mac hides those folders. You need to find and follow instructions on the web as to how to do this. See for instance How to show hidden files and folders in Mac OS X Finder or Quickly Show/Hide Hidden Files on Mac OS X Mavericks & Yosemite
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Thank you for the reply Peter! I suspected this was the case but wasn't able to find a show/hide option on my own.
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If you're comfortable with terminal, use the cd command to do something like

cd /Volumes/Kobo(whatever the volume is)/.kobo

open ./

Opens a finder window to it
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If you're comfortable with terminal, use the cd command to do something like

cd /Volumes/Kobo(whatever the volume is)/.kobo

open ./

Opens a finder window to it
(That's a trick I often use on Windows, except after changing to the directory i do a
Code:
start .
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