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עשה תורתך קבע – אמור מעט ועשה הרבה

Jewish Date in Your Browser #Torah #Luach

Posted by rabbiart on July 29, 2009

If you use Firefox and care about the Jewish calendar, there is a nice add-on to Firefox which will show the day and date, and probably the Parshah when it’s Shabbes, but that would mean I was looking at the computer on Shabbes, so I’m not sure about that one. You can find it at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1379. Breaking news… hover over the date and the add-on gives you a countdown to Shabbes and the name of the Parsha.  So far, I haven’t found what button to press to make Shabbes come faster…bummer. There are buttons to look at the complete Hebrew calendar and create Shabbat reminders.

And, there is even a gematria calculator but seems like all it does is add up the numerical value of whatever word or phrase you type into it.

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