Location of Hotkey Folder?

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I recently updated to OS X 10.8.2, and I cannot find my hotkey folder. I just downloaded a new hotkey setup, but cannot find where the folder is.

Before the update it was in name/library/application support/blizzard/starcraft II/ etc.

But I cannot find the application support folder, and I searched it in my finder, and the only application support I found had about 9 programs in it, no blizzard. If anyone else knows what I'm talking about please let me know, as I'm kind of annoyed :/
Thanks in advance.
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Same issue with Mac OSX 10.8.3. Under application support folder there is nothing for Blizzard/starcraft. Under Users there are 3 folders: Battle.net, Blizzard, and Blizzard entertainment -none of which have a folder that contain hotkey profiles or replays.

This is very frustrating, someone, anyone, please help.

God speed and Thanks.
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The file location hasn't changed.

Remember that in 10.7/10.8, the users library is hidden now. Here is an easy way of getting into this folder from SC2.

    1. Startup StarCraft II
    2. If SC2 is not in Windowed mode, press Command-M to toggle Window mode
    3. Select StarCraft II > Show In Finder > Game Preferences from the system menu bar: http://oi49.tinypic.com/mcyusl.jpg
    4. Find the desired folder you wish to access.
Edited by Machkhan on 4/1/2013 11:22 AM PDT
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