Re: time connect
Thu, 8 Feb 96 18:31:41 PST

>On my Macintosh, I have found scratch files that contain the displayed
>images of URL's that I have previously browsed. THese are in
>system folder/preferences/Netscapef/cachef.
>THere is also a cache log that allows you to figure out which cache files
>contain text, gif images, etc from a URL. All absolute/relative URL refs are
>apparently lost in(to) the cached files, but you can peruse the images and
>text. Thus you can browse offline previously visited URLs without having to
>pay connect fees. I presume(but do not know) that windows and UNIX versions have
>similar cache files. Also, text and GIFs, etc are saved seperatly and are not
>displayed together, so you must bounce from pictur to text, etc, which may be
>Tom Pauly

Just to add what I know about the netscape/cache directory on the PC. This directory gets filled
with mysterious *.MOZ files. These are actually .gif, .jpg, and html files picked up while
browsing (making netscape quicker at returning to a site you recently viewed).

A freeware prog. which converts these moz file extensions into those of image or html files can
be found at:

..and a rather nifty web page grabber, for off-line viewing, can be downloaded from:

Chris Varley