How do I change the default location of MuseLog.txt

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Mar 20, 2018 Mar 20, 2018

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Currently it is in my Documents folder? I am using macOS version 10.13.3. I have been using Muse for many month. One or two weeks ago the file popped up in my Documents folder. I do not want it there.

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Community Beginner , Mar 20, 2018 Mar 20, 2018
Thanks for your Response Ankush. While reading you response I got the idea that maybe the file can be hidden. I did some research and I found that you can hide files and folders using the following steps: 1. Open Terminal 2. type setfile -a V3. Ensure there is a space after the V 4. Drag and drop the MuseLog.txt file that is located in the Documents folder to the Terminal Window.5. Press Enter After a few seconds the the file was hidden from the Documents folder in the Finder Window. However, it...

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Hey Looooch,

Sorry to that this it is as designed, and there isn't any way to change its default location.

However this feature has already requested here - Ability to move MuseLog.txt to a different location But not yet worked out.

I suggest you vote for it and also add your comments so it can be heard by the product team.

Regards,

Ankush

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Thanks for your Response Ankush. While reading you response I got the idea that maybe the file can be hidden. I did some research and I found that you can hide files and folders using the following steps:

1. Open Terminal

2. type setfile -a V

3. Ensure there is a space after the V

4. Drag and drop the MuseLog.txt file that is located in the Documents folder to the Terminal Window.

5. Press Enter

After a few seconds the the file was hidden from the Documents folder in the Finder Window. However, it was still showing the file in the Documents Shortcut on the the Doc. I restarted my computer and then it was also hidden in the Doc.

I hope this can help others.

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Hey,

This is perfect. Thank you for sharing such a simple and awesome workaround.

This is really very helpful.

Regards,

Ankush

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