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Hide N Seek: A Game I Do Not Want To Play

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New Mac OS X Means New Tricks...

Earlier I discussed how Safari made it difficult to selectively delete cache. At that time, the path was something like ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari/fsCaches.  This can be accessed in Finder by letting ~ equal your home directory.

New OS X made subtle changes to Safari. The web cache you want to selectively delete looks to be something like this:  ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari/WebKitCache/Version4/blobs/{a lot of files} .  

As always, your results may vary from mine.