Eventually, there is a beta-test version available with some additions on density, density parameters and temperature. It is not the 'Forum official' version yet, but it has other interesting changes. E.g. inputs or now more standard - I have done away with Hubble times as input parameters, because they are not the ones used in the literature. Prime inputs are now the Hubble constant in conventional units, the total density parameter and the radiation-matter equality redshift parameters. The matter density parameter is then still a derived value. The range of calculations are also requested as the more conventional redshift (z) in lieu of the simpler, but less well known "S" parameter. Lastly, the output scaling option for "Zeit" has been left out, since it is a potentially non-standard distraction. I hope the updates will enhance the use of the calculator in the educational field. The latest beta-test version is available as: LightCone7-2017-01-26. Edit: we found an error in Omega-calculations of this version. See the thread https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/evolution-of-the-energy-density-parameters.901681/ The corrected version is: LightCone 7, Cosmo-Calculator (2017-1). Comments/suggestions welcome. I will start a new thread to discuss some of the more subtle aspects of the density parameter calculations.