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Location of Temporary Internet Files


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Hello,

Thanks for a very informative forum.

I am looking for location of temporary internet folder. I watch a lot of movies online, and I am able to locate the flash (*.flv) files in the "internet temporary folder" and save them if i want. But I am not sure how to save such flash files under the Mac. I would appreciate some advice and guidance to do this.

Thanks in advance...

sincerely, LisaMarie
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