Thanks for coming back to post the solution and sorry we weren't more help. Glad to hear you found a fix.
I imagine someone would have gotten to that sooner or later, though. I had forgotten about "Resetting Safari" & "Emptying the Cache" both of which were probably done when you used MacJanitor. Anyway, many people wouldn't have bothered to post a solution. Thanks.
Personally, I use Onyx once in a while to do the scheduled maintenance scripts. With so many violent thunder storms in Thailand, I don't like to leave my computers plugged in 24/7. I also have TechTools Pro which IMHO, is the ultimate tool for keeping your Macs in top shape.
The Unix subsystems on Mac OS X were originally written for machines that were typically never shut off. Mac OS X inherits this assumption in version 1.x, and has many system maintenance tasks that are scheduled to run between 3 am and 5 am. In addition, there are scripts designed to run weekly on weekends, and once a month in the middle of the night.
If these maintenance tasks are never run (such as on a laptop that is always shut off at night), many log files and system database will grow extremely large or fail to get backed up.