This is NOT the complete list of formats and units the Converter understands
at this moment — for more newly-supported formats, please see the
new features page.

Once you have installed the Converter, select any of the measurements below
and right click to see the conversion in the popup menu.

Remember, you can make generous selections around the dimensions below
— the Converter will process the first one it encounters within your
selection.

# Imperial Measurements and Formats

## Length

Yes, it works with those wacky imperial formats as well.

3 in • 1 inch • 5 inches • 2" •
3 ft • 1 foot • 2 feet • 4' • 1/2" • 3'3 • 3'3
1/2" • 3'3 1/2 • 3'3-1/2" • 3'3-1/2 • 5
mil • 3 mi • 1 mile • 2 miles • 1 yard •
2 yards • 3 yd

## Speed

1 mph • 2 mi/h • 3 miles/h • 4 miles/hour

## Weight

1 ounce • 2 ounces • 3 oz • 1 pound • 2 pounds •
1.1 lb • 5 lbs

# Metric Measurements

## Length

15 m • 1 metre • 2 metres • 1 meter • 2 meters •
12 mm • 1 millimetre • 2 millimetres • 1 millimeter •
2 millimeters • 12 km • 1 kilometre • 2 kilometres •
1 kilometer • 2 kilometers • 5 µm • 1 micrometre •
2 micrometres • 1 micrometer • 2 micrometers • 1 micron •
2 microns • 15.2 cm • 1 centimetre • 2 centimetres •
1 centimeter • 2 centimeters

## Speed

Notice that the m/s values are converted to your preferred units.

1 km/h • 2 kmph • 3 kilometers/hour • 4 kilometres/hour •
1 m/s • 2mps

# Temperatures

Notice that ambiguous units are converted to your preferred units.

15 °C • 22 Celsius • 25 C • 44 °F • 52 Fahrenheit •
73 F • 30° • 35 degrees • 37 deg • 1 degree

# Smart formatting

Notice that when the format is ambiguous (1,000) the default is to use the period
as decimal separator.

1.000.000 m • 1,000,000 m • 1,000.5 m • 1.000,5 m • 1.5 m •
1,5 m • 1,000 m

# Side Effects

## Fractions for any Measurement

This section demonstrates how the Converter evaluates any fractions for any units.
This has been implemented because of how frequently fractions appear in the wild.
Please note that other arithmetic operations are not evaluated.

1/5 lbs • 1/33 ft • 1/10 in

## Case-Insensitiveness

1.2 Ft • 12 Pounds • 11.3 InChEs

## Grammar

The Converter obviously doesn't care if the singular and plural are interchanged.

12 pound • 115 foot • 15 yard • 1 miles

## Senseless Values

Yes, the Converter also works with infinite values, returning meaningful results!
(Well, whatever "meaningful" can mean in that context.)

1/0 in, 10/0 ft

## Misspellings

The Converter does **not** work with misspelled units.

1 micromtre • 15 milimetres (single L)

## Arbitrary Flow

Please note those are hard line breaks, it would obviously also work if the value
and the unit happened to flow on distinct lines within normal text blocks.

1

mm • 12

ft

**Note:** You can only convert values spanning across hard line breaks
via selection.