Hi, I am having issues with creating a symbolic link on my Mac mini. I can create one, but it just comes out as a standard alias. I am trying to make a link to a folder that appears in Finder as if it was located at that location. I want it to have the little chevron next to the folder that allows the expansion of the folder contents. As I said, using 'ln -s original_folder link_folder' just creates an alias folder link. Unfortunately, I am trying to accomplish something specific, and when using the above method, the application I am using doesn't read it as if the contents of the original folder are at the location where I want the link to be, it simply redirects to the original and thus what I am trying to do fails. For more clarification: I have an external hard drive with my Dropbox folder on it. (so at '/Volumes/External/Dropbox/') I want a symbolic link to the folder in the users folder ( '~/Dropbox/') Using 'ln -s' just creates and alias that then just redirects to the external drive. I want a link that effectively makes any application see the contents of the Dropbox folder on the external drive at ~/Dropbox. I managed to do this exact thing on my QNAP NAS and on my Windows 10 desktop. Any help appreciated. Thanks.