Posted a utility stack to livecodeshare:

When first launched, the LiveCode IDE will build a documentation cache for the current version. When you upgrade to a new version, a new cache folder is created, but any older cache is still in the system. When you remove an older LiveCode version the cache folder is not removed, so these accumulate over time.

This stack will allow you to remove any documentation cache folders that are no longer needed in order to reclaim storage space on your computer. If you remove a current one accidentally it will be rebuilt the next time the LiveCode IDE is launched.

 Mark Wieder

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