Maximum DayValue of [d] tokens is X but should be Y

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Maximum DayValue of [d] tokens is X but should be Y

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Cause : In the current GridTemplate, the maximum DayValue of any of the tokens that mark a day is less than the maximum DayValue that Q++ expects, based on the Template structure set in the Templates Manager. The circumstances that trigger this message depend on the expected DayValues of the current Template structure. This verification is only carried out for daily and weekly diaries where the maximum DayValue is easy to estimate.

 

This message can occur, for example, if you copy/pasted a [1d] token everywhere in a weekly grid and forgot to change these to [1d] [2d] [3d] [4d] [5d] [6d] and [7d].

 

Consequences : If this message is founded, the consequences on the output file are enormous. Usually the dates on all pages, except the first, will be totally wrong. If you ignore this message, make sure you know why you feel safe in doing so.

 

Solutions :

 

Correct the Token in name.qxd : Opens the GridTemplate in QuarkXPress to let you change tokens.

 

Modify Template Properties : Lets you select another structure for the current GridTemplate, for example changing from an initial design of 2 days on 2 pages to 7 days on 6 pages, if the error came from there. This also often happens with monthly grids where one tests with 1m/1p and then duplicates the month multiple times once the 1 month works. However this is not common for daily and weekly grids.

 

If there is no obvious error in your template, or in the way you set the Template structure, then you should use DayValue marker tokens to eliminate the guesswork on Q++'s part.

 

See also :

How Q++ scans GridTemplates.

Making GridTemplates Splittable.

Choosing the Right GridTemplate Structure.

Setting the Template Structure.


Topic 172080 updated on 01-Nov-2016.
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