Huzzah, here comes a new build for the five or six people out there that care. Version 0.1.1 includes a number of fixes and nice UI tweaks to make data entry easier. It also comes with the brand new USDA sr18 dataset. It should now have more realistic values for Omega-3 and Omega-6 (thanks MR!).
And now, the BAD NEWS. I wasn’t kidding when I said this version is still an early alpha and not to expect your data to survive from 0.1.0 to 0.1.1, so I hope no one has used it too heavily yet. So the bad news is you will need to delete all your settings from the older version, or this version will probably go crash and boom when it loads. See below for instructions. The good news is that if you created any custom foods, you should be able to export them from the old version, then blow away the settings folder, and then import them back into the new version.
How to nuke your old settings folder
First make sure you have set in your windows file explorer, the option to view hidden folders (Tools menu -> Folder Options… -> View -> Hidden files and folders). Then find the user settings and delete them. On WinXP they would typically be found in C:Documents and Settingsuser nameApplication Datacronometer
Mac OS X
Delete the folder: ~Library/Preferences/cronometer