Jewish Date is a very simple application that adds a much needed feature to Mac OS X menu/status bar: today's date in the hebrew calendar.
The date will display in your current language (such as '4 Kislev 5774' for english), with the option to show the date in hebrew instead (such as 'ד' בכסליו התשע"ד'). Just click on the jewish date to open the application menu.
Just add this application in your login items to have it always active when you start your Mac:
- Launch System Preferences
- Select 'Users and Groups'
- Select your account
- Click the 'Login Items' tab
- Click the '+' button and add 'Jewish Date' from your 'Applications' folder.
Note: this application will not show any icon in the dock or window. It just adds the jewish date to the status bar on top. Click this date to open the application's menu.
Don't hesitate to send me questions and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fixed bug when gregorian date was sometimes shown instead of jewish date.
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- Tental Software
- 150.1 KB
- Requires macOS 10.9 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2013 TenTal Software ltd.
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.