Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2012 5:04 PM (in response to freediverx01)
Thanks. Yes, I am running exactly the same versions on my MacBok pro as well. A Spotlight search for cache.db revealed zero results.
You say in your reply to look for a file: Caches/com.apple.safari., and that the cache.db is located inside this folder. I do not have that. I have a folder named Caches, I double clicked on it and when it opened I found among many others in it, the folder com.apple.safari. Double clicking on that revealed the Webpage Previews folder I describe above. Is this the route you meant for me to take?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2012 5:43 PM (in response to Christian Joffson)
Yes, that's the correct path to the file. See screenshot below.
(note that "Clone" is my boot drive - in your case this would likely be "Macintosh HD")
I'm assuming you're currently using Safari on the machine where you're looking for the cache file, which implies that the browser should have created a cache.db file when you opened it if one did not already exist.
Actually I just thought of something. Do you have the Develop menu visible in Safari? If so, check to see if you've disabled caches.
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Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2012 6:06 PM (in response to freediverx01)
Yes, the Develop menus is visible. I did not disable caches. But, each time when i am done with Safari and before quiting it for the day, I do click on Empty Cache in the Develop menu. Is that why I don't have it do you think?
Also, the Webpage Previews folder has jpg thumb nail images of the pages I visited. So is that another folder which stores web sites visited? One's surfings can be followed through that also. Did you know about that one?