on 25/03/02 19:36, Victor Rehorst at victor_at_newtontalk.net wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Mar 2002, Dan wrote:
>> Oh and finally anyone know where I might be able to get DietLog 2.0? It is
>> a food analyzer (nutriant) and diet tracker. Adapts to all sorts of special
>> diets. It also appears to have various "addons" like extra foods, fitness
>> log and even a full version on windows or mac of the program (to transfer
>> data back and forth and have the same program on both systems by the looks).
> DietLog 2 was in UNNA but the copyright holder contacted me a while ago
> and asked me to remove it from the archive, which I did. I forgot to
> reflect this in the archive, I guess. The person indicated to me that it
> had been "discontinued."
I have a copy of DietLog. Since the original publisher doesn't seem to want
to help, contact me off list.
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