Hi folks, I'd like to introduce myself to y'all. I'm the author of CRON-O-Meter, and I've stumbled upon this very nice community here and thought I'd post and see what you all think I can do to improve CRON-O-Meter for LFRV users.
I've recently started developing a web version of CRON-O-Meter, at http://cronometer.com/ which is still in beta/active development. One of the big features the web version will support soon is community food & recipe sharing, which should be a big advantage over the stand-alone version.
I'd love to get your feedback and feature requests.
Fantastic program! I've used Cron-O-Meter for over a year now and love it.
I'd love to see dried apples added that are not sulfured!
There's one feature that's present in the stand-alone version that's not in the on-line version that keeps me from using the online version:
In the stand-alone program, I can select multiple food entries by holding down the command key and clicking various entries. This allows me to select a specific category of food, and see the numbers for this category only. so for example, if on a particular day I've eaten bananas, celery, oranges, and spinach, I can select spinach and celery, and quickly see the totals of my vegetable consumption for the day (excluding the fruit). I can't do that in the on-line version (or at least I can't figure out how to do it). This feature also comes in handy when I wanna see how many calories of bananas (for example) I've eaten, and the bananas are spread across multiple entries during the day. This one feature has me continuing to use the stand-alone version. Otherwise, it's bangin!
Here's one that might be good:
here's one with the wrong ratios, but it looks like it could be very useful:
I just started using the web version, and I have to say, I love it! It's so cool how you can get your calorie and nutrient averages for a week, month, etc. Thank you so much for making your awesome program available to us!!
The only feature I can think of that would improve it is a way to manually type in what exercise you did and how many calories you burned. The other day I worked out on an elliptical trainer, but that wasn't in the exercise database.
I was wondering if you have data for chromium and biotin? It seems that none of the foods that I eat (lots of fruits, veggies and leafy greens) contain chromium or biotin.
Hey just saw the new web interface GUI design today. Beautiful! Gotta get gold next pay day :-) KUTGW!