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You're right. My face is red! 
Just got Safari 7.0.3 update which mentioned 'sandbagging' but doesn't explain it.  I can't find the right combination of words to google it. Any suggestions?
http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/10/os-x-10-9/4/   this doesn't offer help but it does explain a bit about Safari
Never mind. I got the answer: http://www.macworld.com/article/2056159/what-you-need-to-know-about-apples-free-apps-policy.html   I would have gotten the upgrade if I hadn't used clean installation and lost the Snow Leopard version of iPhoto.   Apple givith and Apple taketh away.
I couldn't recall the error message.  I just went back and looked. iPhoto is no longer in Applications. Does it come with Mavericks or just sold separately?  
If you're concerned about paying for a Quicken alternative - only to find it's not for you, FWIW:   http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-free-financial-software-alternative-to-quicken/
  No Personal Finance software seems to be the definitive replacement for Quicken for Windows. iBank 5 vs. Quicken Essentials https://www.iggsoftware.com/ibank/compare_essentials.php iBank Review – Is iBank 5 The Best Mac Personal Finance App? http://investorjunkie.com/26237/ibank-review/   Readers Respond: What is the Best Personal Finance Software For Mac,and...
Why Does Intuit Hate Mac Users?   http://www.maclife.com/article/columns/quicken_lion_why_does_intuit_hate_mac_users
FWFFrom Quicken site:From From Intuit / Quicken site:   http://quicken.intuit.com/personal-finance-software/quicken-2007-osx-lion.jsp $14.99   Download CD-ROM Quicken Mac 2007 OS X Lion compatible See if this version is right for you: Quicken Mac 2007 OS X Lion compatible is a re-engineered version of Quicken Mac 2007 that will work on OS X 10.7 (Lion). This version is ideal for Quicken for Mac customers who use Apple's latest operating system OS X Lion. New...
I've tried Quicken Essentials but I'm not happy with it and want to go back to my Quicken 2006 version; however, it won't work with Mavericks.     Meanwhile, I'm using Mint which leaves something to be desired, so I still prefer Quicken.     Boot Camp requires Windows  - not for me -  and certainly not for just one app.     What's the next best way to use my older version of Quicken?     Thanks
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