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How is web form content encoded in Safari's cache?

A friend of mine just accidentally navigated off a web page where she entered a rather lengthy text into a web form. When navigating back to the page, the text was lost. (Spoiler: The page had an ...
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why Safari always GET status 200, never 304 for my .swf file?

I serve a Flash app as a .swf file (with HTML wrapper file), and Safari always retrieves with GET status = 200, never 304. Thus, Safari never uses cache for this file and downloads it each time (it's ...
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Why does Safari retain login information after clearing cookies and history, even after full reset?

Safari appears to retain login information, site preferences, or cookies even after clearing history, cache, cookies, etc. I even tried Reset Safari..., which I understand should restore Safari to ...
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How to clear browser disk and memory caches from the Terminal in Mac OS X

I'm debugging an Adobe Flash application my team and I have developed. Each time we update the application SWF files, we need to clear the browser caches. We also need to delete AssetCaches and setup ...
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How can I force Safari to perform a full page reload, without using the mouse?

I'm using Safari to preview web pages as I develop them on my local server. I've got 'Disable Caches' checked in the Develop menu. And yet Safari is still working from a cached version of a stylesheet ...
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Safari on Mac OS X Cache lasts after 'Empty Cache'

So, I broke a website with some server changes oops. I roll back the changes I made, hit cmd-R, and oh noes, it is still broken. But I relax thinking, there must be something held in safari's cache so ...
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How to use offline mode in Safari

So, I'm kind of falling in love with Safari 4 (sorry, Firefox). However, I'm the type who likes my browser cache. Doing a little bit of Googling, it seems Safari does have an offline mode like ...
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HTTP caching in safari — does it work?

It seems to me that Safari doesn't use cache at all :-( Max-age is set to at least one month, Cache-Control: is public, content is served over HTTPS. It seems that Safari doesn't use memory nor disk ...