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  •  29 Jan 2007 21:40
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    Release Notes: This release allows the ranking of foods by nutrient within the USDA-defined food groups so that a user could easily find, for example, the vegetables with the most calcium or the meats with the most vitamin C.

    •  18 Jan 2007 07:03
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      Release Notes: This release fixes three serious buffer overflow errors.

      •  29 Dec 2006 08:06
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        Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs, including the correction of the kilojoule value when changing kilocalories for a labeled food. A new feature is that the meal date can now be entered as a positive or negative offset from today, such as "-3" or "+1".

        •  01 Sep 2006 06:46
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          Release Notes: This release introduces the new USDA Nutrient Database SR19 and allows current NUT installations to have their existing meal records reinterpreted with the new database.

          •  12 Aug 2006 08:05
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            Release Notes: This release fixes a string length error that prevented the program from working properly when compiled on GCC 4.0.

            •  06 Jul 2006 20:20
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              Release Notes: This release incorporates minor bugfixes and changes to defaults.

              •  29 Apr 2006 20:53
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                Release Notes: This release reduces the polyunsaturated fatty acid reference values for Omega-3.

                •  12 Feb 2006 21:18
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                  Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where the user could get stuck in the food choice function when recording meals and not be able to get out without choosing a food. Also, some minor revisions to SR18 have been incorporated, and there is a new algorithm to set polyunsaturated fatty acid reference values after a reset on the analysis screen.

                  •  30 Jan 2006 07:09
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                    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in which customized fat percentages were not properly set at the calorie default of 2000, although it worked at other calorie settings. Changes were made to the essential fatty acid reference values which, for instance, call for more Omega-3 as Omega-6 levels rise.

                    •  01 Jan 2006 12:53
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                      Release Notes: This release includes a new way to change food quantities in meals and recipes. Without deleting the food and finding it again in the database, you can use an optional argument with the number of the food to change the quantity. This can speed up data entry and works especially well for editing customary meals to the quantities of the actual meal.

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