Per the Date Converter, Tish'a B'Av 5779 seems to be on 20190810, and not 20190811, as indicated on at the Holiday pages, https://www.hebcal.com/holidays/tisha-bav. Will someone please investigate and fix if applicable?
Im trying to add the Hebcal URL but google is not accepting it or adding a new calendar. Did google change something?
i was reading over the feast days and dates and noticed that I did not see the dates for the feast of first fruits is it possible that it is listed under a different name? or was it an oversight of some sort?
Hi, sorry about that, we have removed Palm support from Hebcal. PalmOS devices were discontinued in 2011 and it's time for us to discontinue our support as well.
A few years ago, in an easy download, I subscribed to Hebcal's Jewish calendar for my apple devices (MacBook pro, iPad, iPhone, all synced). It seemed to roll over from year to year. However recently I noticed, looking ahead to next year, that my Jewish calendar entries (holidays as well as Torah portions) abruptly ended. I went back onto Hebcal to download again, and now somehow I have multiple versions for certain dates, each represented in a different color as a different "calendar" within Apple (one called Jewish Holidays+my location, and two simply called Jewish Holidays). I want to clean this up without losing PAST Jewish holidays. Any suggestions? Also, am I correct that there's no way to contact Hebcal directly about this?
Can't get the calendar to show candle lighting and havdalah times on the calendar even though I entered my zipcode. Using Windows desktop
Is it possible to have the RSS feed trigger at the appropriate candle lighting or havdalah time? Right now it seems like I can only get the information the week of?
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