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Hi,

I feel like this is a very stupid question but it does not make sense. I recently downloaded the most recent version of Arduino on my Mac running Leopard. When I downloaded it, there were no other files besides the +/- symbol arduino application. In the past, when I downloaded 0014, there were folders for library and other stuff. So my question, how can I add new libraries to 0022 and find the hardware folder. I am NOT new to Arduino, I have done this before. The recent version of Arduino just seems to not have the folders that I normally see. So, where can I access the library folder??

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Something went wrong here. Either the download or the UNZIP did not create the folders and libraries.

You have to have the ZIP file unpacked into several folders...  I would download again and unzip into a different location...

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If you want to install third-party libraries, you should put them in a directory called "libraries" in your Arduino sketchbook directory.  See: http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Environment#libraries
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