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Not a bug

candlelighting times are not showing up in your ios calendar download -- ipad

ekelks 3 weeks ago updated 2 weeks ago 4

candlelighting is what it says once downloaded, though the times are there before the download. 

Answer

Answer
Fixed

Thanks for using Hebcal! We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble getting candle-lighting times to show up on your iPad.

To fix the problem, we recommend first removing your current Hebcal calendar from your iPad, and then start over with the form to customize your candle-lighting times for your location.

1. iPhone, iPad, iOS – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar

https://www.hebcal.com/home/221/ios-iphone-ipad-delete

2. iPhone & iPad Jewish holidays download

https://www.hebcal.com/home/77/iphone-ipad-jewish-holidays

🍏 🍯 Shana Tova! 🍯 🍏
We wish you a happy and healthy New Year.

I see now, thank you!

Not a bug

Thanks for sending screenshots. Hebcal and your iPad are behaving as expected. Candle lighting times are being properly downloaded to your iPad.

In the month view, the iPad does not show the time of events. If you tap on Candle-lighting or Havdalah, you will see a pop-up with the event time as follows:

Event times are also displayed on the iPad Calendar app if you switch to Day view instead of Month view, for example:

thank you. i have done as you said and it continues to not show the times in the actual download. The first pic shows what I see before downloading, the second what the ipad calendar shows. (pls ignore times in my pics, which are British.) Happy New Year.

Answer
Fixed

Thanks for using Hebcal! We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble getting candle-lighting times to show up on your iPad.

To fix the problem, we recommend first removing your current Hebcal calendar from your iPad, and then start over with the form to customize your candle-lighting times for your location.

1. iPhone, iPad, iOS – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar

https://www.hebcal.com/home/221/ios-iphone-ipad-delete

2. iPhone & iPad Jewish holidays download

https://www.hebcal.com/home/77/iphone-ipad-jewish-holidays

🍏 🍯 Shana Tova! 🍯 🍏
We wish you a happy and healthy New Year.