Mac OS X 10.9.3 update made a change to the file system, making the /Users folder hidden. This prevented Trickster from tracking any file inside the user’s home folder.
Version 2.2.2 of Trickster (released today) now allows tracking files inside hidden folders. This also allows selecting previously hidden folders, such as the
<user home>/Library folder.
Direct customers should update immediately through the application, or by downloading Trickster from our Web site.`
Mac App Store customers need to wait until version 2.2.2 appears in the store or work around the issue in meantime by running the following command in Terminal:
sudo chflags nohidden /Users
Enter your administrator’s password when prompted, then press Return. The /Users folder will be visible again.