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How do I restore a Hidden File from TimeMachine?

Posted on 2012-04-10
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When I try and restore the Repository created by SourceTree, I find a folder named "Folder". When I click it its not selectable. I presume the Repository was created there.

How can I restore it if I can not select it?

And how can I restore it?

Thanks.
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