From your finder, on the top bar select ‘Go’ - a drop down menu appears.
With the drop down menu showing, press your ‘option’ key and you’ll see the ‘Library’ tab appear between Home and Computer.
Click on Library
Follow this path in the folders: Library > Application Support > CCP > EVE > users_homefolderdername_library_application_support_eve_online_sharedcache_tq_eve.app_contents_resources_build_tranquility > settings_Default > prefs.in
It looks like this:
If you are in the game client… load up the overview you want. Note, there are lots of ways to make adjustments and many tutorials on how to do this. If you can’t get the overview sorted, I suggest you join House of 3 chat channel in Eve. In that channel they link a YouTube how to and invite you to their Discord. Massive shout out to House of3 Discord and 3TEARS and TEN for their feedback and direction.
Load up the overview you want, save it, then log out of game.
Close EVE launcher
Reopen, log in, and ta-da… All Ship Names and Labels with your desired settings will be present.
Unless of course I’m in the wrong file… anyone here able to screen shot their Mac OS prefs file for Eve to show where the bracketsAlwaysShowShipText=1 goes? It’s not: ~/Library/Application Support/EVE Online/p_drive/Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/SharedCache/wineenv/drive_c/users/username/Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/c_tq_tranquility
That is no longer a path for MAC OSX
Still the software has the backdoor built into it according to rumor so doesn’t matter where you live if you use it you have it with all its “features”. Not that they aren’t monitoring comms traffic all over the world anyway.