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    Safari Error message
    I need to find this :

    If you deactivated your Safari cache folder, then you won't be able to upload images.

    To reactivate the folder, go to your User Library>Caches>Safari. Single-click on the folder, then command key + I to bring up the Info. panel. If the "locked" box is checked, uncheck it. Also, change the permissions to "read and write" from "read". Restart Safari.

    Question how do I open the User Library ?

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    User library is the library located in your user folder. You can open it in Finder and follow the given path.

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    The problem was Safari was sending an error message when I was trying to upload images on to Blogger .....

    This problem was solved by throwing the Safari cache file in the trash, and installing OnyX software :

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