It would be great if--when one downloads the *.ics or *.csv for the omer days--the file would include the formulation of the omer count (i.e., היום חמשה עשר יום, שהם שני שבועות ויום אחד, לעומר.) in the Subject field.
You seem to be using a different sunset time for Jerusalem, Israel, than is commonly used here.
I assume the difference is between observed sunset and astronomical sunset.
1. Can you make this an option in the future?
2. I tried to adjust for this by changing the offsets in minutes for candle-lighting and havdalah. This works more or less for havdalah. However, when I change the number of minutes before sunset for candle-lighting, your web-site changes the value back to 40. Can you disable this annoying feature?
Download of Hebrew calendar to Outlook 2010 on Windows 7 for Jerusalem adds an extra hour during daylight savings time
I downloaded a Hebrew calendar file from you site for Jerusalem, Israel, today.
On the computer, the candle-lighting and havdalah times are close to correct.
When I load the file into Outlook, another hour is added to the times during daylight savings time in Israel, such that candle-lighting for 27 Oct 2017 is 18:14 and candle-lighting for 03 Nov 2017 is 16:03! Similarly, candle-lighting for 16 Mar 2018 is 17:07 and candle-lighting for 23 Mar 2018 is 19:12!
How can this problem be solved?
Hi, There seems to be a contradiction in the Calendar for 2018. In the Calendar View for 7th April 2018, it shows the Torah Portion is Shmini, but when I click on it for more details, it says Shmini is read on 14th April. I get the same for the 14th when clicking on Tazria-Metzora, it says it is read on 21st April. I am looking for the Israel readings and believe this is something to do with the difference between Diaspora and Israel reading schedule.
Could you please clarify?
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