Also, the extracted app size is ~100MB large for a indicator that does so little. I'm guessing it's because of the bulk from Electron or some other shell app.
Side note: right-clicking it to automatically quit is very confusing.
Question: Why is this thing 170MB? Does it include the CDF player or something?
Suggestion: I use WA for nutritional info, so I make mishmash, then I do a search like: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=2+onions+and+5+cloves+g...
This gives me same custom-made nutrition label as on food packaging, but for whatever I just made. Nimble returns one of the caloric-breakdown tables instead, which isn't as useful.
The information provided by Wolfram's API is rather limiting, and definitely not as extensive as the information provided through its web service. We'll see what we can do about this problem.