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Update as of 14 Aug 2010

Please note: this module is outdated. DIBS has release their own module: http://tech.dibs.dk/toolbox/e-shopsystemer0/ (It is highly recommend to use this module instead). Thanks to Daskog for pointing this out to me.

Already over 100,000 downloads and a shopping cart capable of allowing anyone to run an online store like Amazon - say "hello" to Magento.

There are many hidden files that Mac prevents the user from seeing as most of these files store essential data. There aren't any way to set them on in the preferences, however you can still view them using the Terminal or 3rd party programs.

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