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Candleighting times not displaying

Joel A - Atlanta 1 month ago 0

Thanks for doing this!

Candleighting times not displaying....looks like I arranged the download page to properly to set it up

Mac High Sierra 

OS X 10.13.2

How to do I delete multiepleprevious attempts, and install one that works?


How can I save the calendar to make personal dates for distribution to congregants?

Belinda 1 month ago 0

We used to be able to save the calendar with the appropriate dates, make some edits, and add some independent events. Then save this in a different format. We cannot do this now.


Downloaded for only one year

Cantoramy 3 months ago 0

Hebcal downloaded for 2017, but didn’t continue into the future on my new iPad.  It worked properly  on my old iPad Air 2.  Is this something that I can fix?


Need to delete calendars in Outlook 2016

Chrystal E 3 months ago 0

Torah Readings on Mondays and Thursdays

Andrea 3 months ago 0

This is such a helpful webisite!  I visit it often to get information on Torah Readings.  I am also grateful for the calendar information and the date converter.

In addition to the weekly Shabbat aliyot breakdown, could you please also list the aliyot read on Mondays and Thursdays?  I lost my luach recently, and had trouble figuring out the aliyot read on a recent Monday.   With this information you will make the Torah reading information more comprehensive than it already is. 


Haftarah Ki Teitzei incorrect when Re'eh is Shabbat Rosh Chodesh

Avraham Eisen 3 months ago • updated 3 months ago 0

The website is showing the incorrect Haftarah for Ki Teitzei when Parshat Re'eh is Shabbat Rosh Chodesh.  If the website is going to say that the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, then the Haftarah for Ki Teitzei should show that it's Isaiah 54:1 - 55:5.

I know there are a few different traditions for when this happens, but there's no such tradition where the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, and the Haftarah for Parshat Ki Teitzei remains unchanged (54:01 - 54:10), as the website currently displays.


What method is used to calculate times?

mgipsman 5 months ago 0

What sources are used and how are they used to calculate times for Hebcal?