I'm not clear what you are trying to say here.Path is ~/Library/Mobile\ Documents
If you create an alias and open it, or place Mobile Documents in the dock, you will be able to see all the contents rather than be redirected to the special iCloud Drive folder.
In terminalI'm not clear what you are trying to say here.
That folder path your mentioned is the iCloud Drive folder.
If you do command-option-g from the Desktop then paste in ~/Library/Mobile Documents and return, and look at the top of the Finder window you will see you are in the iCloud Drive folder.
ln -s ~/Library/Mobile\ Documents/ ~/Desktop/Real\ iCloud\ Drive
Set the view to icon, list, or cover flow view and you can browse like normal.W0lf is correct. However, it certainly doesn't seem like Apple is making it easy. I was able to dig through the folders, but had to make an alias for the encompassed folders each and every time.
If you try to navigate just by double clicking a folder (without creating an alias), you get a blank iCloud Drive view with nothing in it.
Hopefully somebody will find out an easier way to do this.
I, too, would like to know how to erase files found through this method. I've got a massive DEVONthink database mess going on, and I can't move on without removing these files. Is there a way I wonder... Thanks for getting me this far. It's been a quite frustrating experience (iCloud) so far, but I can see some potential.I accidently found this thread.
In my "Mobile Documents" folder I found a lot of folders belonging to apps I deleted years ago. How do I delete their remainings in this folder?
Dragging them to the trash results in an -50 error. Deleting them via Terminal lets them reappear half a second later...