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Older version: 0.6.0
Newer version: 0.6.2

New features in Converter 0.6.1

This version features relatively minor, mostly cosmetic improvements over the previous one.

Type Feature Example Comment
preference Imperial/metric
  • 10 m/s
  • 10 degrees
In previous versions, the values shown in the example were converted both to Imperial and metric units. In this version, they are only converted in one type of unit, based on your preferences. Please note this preference only affects these specific input units (meters per second and "degrees").

This preference defaults to metric.

preference Show/hide status bar icon n/a Depending on this preference, the status bar icon is shown or hidden.

This preference is by default enabled.

preference Show/hide full page conversion menu item n/a Depending on this preference, the "Convert entire page" menu item is shown or hidden.

This preference is by default enabled.

preference Show/hide selection conversion menu item n/a Depending on this preference, the selection is converted and the result is shown in the content menu or not.

This preference is by default enabled.

preference Engineering or fractional inches n/a Depending on this preference, small length dimensions in the metric format are converted to the engineering (0'0-13/32") or fractional (0.394 in) format in Imperial units.

This preference defaults to engineering (0'0-13/32").

improvement Frames now converted n/a Web pages featuring frames were not converted with the full page conversion capability — now they are.
improvement Smaller status bar icon n/a The status bar icon was a little too large in v0.6.0. The icon in this version is just a bit smaller, which might make it look better in certain themes.