Hello, this is Tomo.
I wanted to try background rendering in Blender, but the PATH to blender did not go through properly, so I checked where the path is in the first place and made a note of it.
Showing path in Finder
The way to display it is simple
The path will appear at the bottom of the Finder simply by doing the following
View > Show Path Bar > Turn On
Paths can also be copied
The displayed path can also be copied by right-clicking, so you can paste it into the command line or register it in $PATH.
I've never had a case of "Where is this file actually located?" I had been in a situation where I knew the location (I could get there) but not the address, but now I can get the address.
I remember when I used to use Windows, it was displayed by default, but why is it turned off by default on Mac? Is it because it is not beautiful to look at? lol.
Where Blender really is
So, now that we know how to display the path, where is the actual Blender?
Applications > Blender > Right click > Show package contents
Right-click on the blender in the applications folder to see more of its contents, and dive deeper into it.
So, it is actually stored here, and the last Blender is finally the real body.
What the heck, it's like a final boss in an RPG.
Macintosh also has hidden extensions (I think Windows does too), and pressing the option button brings up a lot of hidden menus, so there is still a lot to explore.