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Badíʿ Calendar

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Description from extension meta

Shows today's date in the Badíʿ (Wondrous) calendar, the official calendar of the Bahá'í Faith.

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Description from store This extension displays the date in the Badíʿ (Wondrous) calendar where you are, automatically determining sunset times. Days in the Badíʿ calendar start and end at sunset. The icon in the toolbar is subtle but keeps you informed of the current date in the Badíʿ calendar. By clicking on the icon, more detailed information is shown. Some things you can view or do: - Copy the current date in a variety of formats, for use in other places. - View the Badíʿ date for any day of any year - what was the date on your birthday? - Set reminders before/after sunrise and sunset. Have your computer announce them out loud! - View a list of dates for upcoming Feasts and Holy Days. - View a full calendar (in Gregorian or Badíʿ layout) appropriate for printing. - View the Fast times for your location. - Export an iCal file with Badíʿ dates, for import into any calendar system. - Get a list of special dates for planning years into the future. - Design your own custom date formats. - Trigger IFFF actions or Zapier webhooks according to Badíʿ dates or sunrise/set times. See the website linked below for complete details and history. Also look in the web store for these related extensions: - Badíʿ Calendar - Helper for Google Calendar - Badíʿ Calendar - Helper for Facebook - Badíʿ Calendar - Helper for Twitter Please view the Support tab and submit Suggestions on how this extension could be improved! If you can help translate the extension into your language, please let me know! Current languages are shown below. Author: Glen Little (Calgary, Canada)

Latest reviews

  • (2020-04-03) Jim Jenkins: Quite impressive
  • (2018-02-13) Alexandre Peixoto: Fantastic extension! Has all the important features and can be imported to google calendar as well. Congratulations Glenn!
  • (2018-01-13) Vaughan Smith: Extremely useful when scheduling Daily Readings to go out in Thai and English via email, Line, and FB etc. and reminding us of Feast and Holy Days with the Badi Calendar.
  • (2017-11-23) I use this app every single day. It is so very helpful and kind of Glen to provide it to us for free. Thank you, Glen!
  • (2017-07-07) Ricardo Santiago: Genial
  • (2017-04-08) PEDRO PAREJO: muy bueno
  • (2017-02-27) Geri Peak: Extremely helpful
  • (2016-07-24) Ameena Joy: Echo everything others have said. It is a great "accompaniment" and an "encouragement" on this spiritual journey we are trying to navigate. Thanks, much Glen.
  • (2016-05-22) Cynthia McDaniel: It is invaluable for calculating dates from Gregorian to Badi. Is it possible to print just the Badi month--i.e., the 19 day calendar for the month? Thanks so much.
  • (2016-05-03) Carletha West: Very helpful to have Baha'i calendar in the same place as all my other appointments. Thanks for creating!
  • (2016-04-29) Millhen Karben: love it very much and world will notice it and use it
  • (2016-03-05) Cesar Reyeszamora: Buen trabajo, Gracias
  • (2016-03-01) Pouyan Behrouzi: Fantastic extension! It's great for planning all our events relative to our sunrise/sunset times. Now all I have to do is memorize all the weekday and month names:)
  • (2016-01-31) Nicola Casserly: The developer is always making improvements to this extension. Love the details! The new import function to Google calendars worked well for me. It is great to be able to have reminders for the Fast and for Holy Days and Feasts. Thank you Mr Little!
  • (2016-01-18) All the information I need and in handy, easy-to-use format. I salute the developers!
  • (2015-11-03) Rachel Carter: This is a fantastic plugin! Very happy with it. Incredible detail and very useful.
  • (2015-10-07) Roland Z: Happy to discover this extension!
  • (2015-08-21) Yuges Krishnan: tq very much
  • (2015-07-18) Edward Harman: Helpful and well done.
  • (2015-07-15) James Herbert: However you like your Badí' date formatted, this extension makes it easy to find it and get it copied to your clipboard.
  • (2015-05-06) Mehran Azizi: Just installed it. So far so good, will up date this in a week.

Latest issues

  • (2022-11-03, v:3.2.3) onno vinkhuyzen: Translation
    Dear Glen, some years ago I translated most of this extension into Dutch. I'd like to finish it now (soon). No idea anymore how it worked. Could you itroduce me to the work again? Warmest regards, Onno
  • (2022-10-08, v:3.2.3) Nicholas Mayer: Some settings seem to be strange
    See the sunset time: Mashíyyat 13, 179 ⇨ 11:43 am It seems to affect Holy Days here: `Ilm 12 Birth of the Báb Thu Oct 27, 2022 7:30 pm Wed Oct 26, 2022 11:22 am Wed Oct 26, 2022 `Ilm 13 Birth of Bahá'u'lláh Fri Oct 28, 2022 7:30 pm Thu Oct 27, 2022 11:21 am Thu Oct 27, 2022 Not sure why there is an issue. I live in Japan.
  • (2022-09-30, v:3.2.3) Cynthia McDaniel: Badi calendar on google calendar
    I have the Badi calendar extension for Chrome. I have the Badi calendar for Google helper. However, they are not interacting together. I can't figure out how to add the Badi calendar to the Google calendar. I have an interfaith calendar which is added but not the Badi calendar. I have looked at settings and just now changed the indented phrase: https://calendar.google.com/* to "on". Should that have a different configuration other than the asterisk?
  • (2022-07-14, v:3.2.3) Cynthia McDaniel: Google calendar add on
    My understanding is that the Google Helper is supposed to input Baha'i dates onto my Google calendar. It doesn't. I have to do it manually. I do have both the Chrome extension and the Google Helper. Do I need to point my Google calendar to a specific website URL to pick up the Baha'i dates? Thanks!
  • (2020-12-02, v:3.2.3) Joseph Kopke: Wonderful! 1 suggestion for wheel view
    I love the wheel view the most! I am wondering if it is feasible to add a "hand" like a clock. One for the day of the month (which go from 1-19), one for the month (1-19), even one for the year of the Vahid (1-19), and possibly even Vahid (1-19). The last two are optional but kind of cool that they also fit on the same wheel display easily. Alternatively or additionally, the time could also be kept on the same calendar. The perpetual aspect of the wheel is so beautiful and easy to comprehend since we are all used to looking at clocks. Every time the day hand gets to "12 o'clock" or in our case the transition from day 19 to 1, it is Feast! Thanks for all your hard work! Really cool
  • (2020-04-05, v:3.2.3) Alexander M Zoltai: Badi Calendar for Chrome
    I can't keep the location data I enter in settings from changing… I use a VPN and often my computer looks like it's not where I live… I've tried manually entering my actual location in the settings tab; but, the next time I access the calendar, they've switched back to what my VPN is connected to... Any way to lock-in my actual location in the settings??
  • (2019-10-03, v:3.2.2) Farid S.: Great extension and question/suggestion
    Thank you for putting this together. The current agency in which I serve uses a slightly different format from what you offer in the 1 Day Tab. Example: 3 October 2019 \ 7 Mashíyyat Will 176 Does the extension offer a way to achieve the above formatting? If not, I would like to suggest allowing for options. I greatly appreciate your efforts with this. I love the extension.
  • (2019-05-25, v:3.2.2) Parviz Mojgani: Badi Calendar Addon in Google Calendar
    I had enjoyed the Badi Calendar superimposed over my Google calendar for a couple of years now. I just noticed that it has disappeared -- I have not done anything that might have caused this. Just for the heck of it, I went back and added it to Chrome - which said "ADDED". Yet still the Calendar is just the Google without any benefit of the Baha'i Calendar. Thanks for any help.
  • (2019-02-06, v:3.2.1) Cynthia McDaniel: portrait vs landscape
    I'd like to print the Fast calendar in landscape instead of portrait. Can I do that? Thanks! Cynthia
  • (2017-03-03, v:3.0.1) stephen ader: place badi calendar in google calendar?
    Hi, what a wonderful ! calendar. Is there a way to import it into the google calendar? Likewise, being an apple user, does it import into iCal? Thank you for such a wonderful service and help. steve ader, san francisco
  • (2017-02-24, v:3.0.0) Sina Taheri: ayyam-i-ha
    ayyam-i-ha is not easily identifiable on your calendar, not like the twin holy days are for example. love the calendar extension. thanks for the all dev work you've done with it.
  • (2017-01-07, v:3.0.0) Natalie Baumgartner: Sunset - for Alaska
    The NSA of Alaska has designated 6pm Alaska Standard Time (7pm during daylight saving) as a static sunset time, due to our extremes of daylight hours. Would there be a way to automatically or manually select this specific for Alaskan Badi Calendar users? LOVE the Calendar, by the way!
  • (2016-12-16, v:3.0.0) Joseph Kopke: Calendar view
    Hello, thank you so much for this great resource. I really appreciate your efforts, they have really paid off. One suggestion. Since the work and school week are based on a 7 day cycle, can you create a calendar view that displays each Baha'i month in a standard 7 day format? Possibly with the days of the week from the previous and the future month subdued like most modern day Calendars?
  • (2016-11-14, v:3.0.0) Anneleis H: Date Format
    Firstly, I would like to say thank you for this add on! It was a life saver! One suggestion is to add the day of the week in the top right hand corner of the 3 Calendar View in addition to the dat and month, so it says day of the week, day of the month, month and year, eg Fiḍál 4 Sharaf, 174 B.E. in similar fashion to full gregorian calendar Tue 2nd January 2018. Presently with the day of the month and the day of the week only in calendar view, it can be confusing to know which is which. Thanks again for all your great work!!!
  • (2016-10-16, v:3.0.0) Vicki Morrison Goble: Determining Location
    Provide an alternative to determining the location automatically so I can enter my own coordinates. I'm on satellite, and the internet thinks I'm in Colorado. Or California. Or Montana. Or Michigan. It changes frequently and is never correct. If I could enter my coordinates and save them I would always have the correct sunrise and sunset times.
  • (2016-10-11, v:3.0.0) Joop Kiefte: the underscore for some letters doesn't work in the icon image
    You see the u-tag turn up in the image this month of Will... Also I would love to be able to add the names of the months in my languages, i.e. Dutch, Esperanto and maybe some more.

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Last update / version
2024-01-24 / 3.2.3
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