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Need to re-establish access to Hebrew Calendar 9.

SoraLeah Leschen 2 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 9 months ago 2

When my new hard drive was installed, I lost access to Hebrew Calendar 9. Can you help me get it up again?

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Hi, thanks for your message.

Calendar Maven used to provide an application with a similar name for Windows. The Calendar Maven company, formerly online at calendar-maven.com, now appears to be defunct.

Hebcal.com, a different product, is a free Jewish calendar and holiday web site. Hebcal is not affiliated with CalendarMaven.

Unfortunately, Hebcal.com doesn't support a native application on Windows or Mac, nor do we have native apps for Android or iPhone. At this point we're currently a website that allows exporting/downloading calendar data to lots of different applications. You can download/subscribe to a fresh feed here:

http://www.hebcal.com/ical/

Or if you want advanced settings like candle lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, Ashkenazi transliterations, Israeli holiday schedule, etc, go to our Customize Calendar page here:

http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal

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Hi, thanks for your message.

Calendar Maven used to provide an application with a similar name for Windows. The Calendar Maven company, formerly online at calendar-maven.com, now appears to be defunct.

Hebcal.com, a different product, is a free Jewish calendar and holiday web site. Hebcal is not affiliated with CalendarMaven.

Unfortunately, Hebcal.com doesn't support a native application on Windows or Mac, nor do we have native apps for Android or iPhone. At this point we're currently a website that allows exporting/downloading calendar data to lots of different applications. You can download/subscribe to a fresh feed here:

http://www.hebcal.com/ical/

Or if you want advanced settings like candle lighting times for Shabbat and holidays, Ashkenazi transliterations, Israeli holiday schedule, etc, go to our Customize Calendar page here:

http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal