This run-time message is generated when Q++ has finished converting a Minicalendar Textbox, if it notices that the number of Dates Markers (the @ character) is 35, which would indicate a five-week minicalendar structure, but that the five-week minicalendar option is not set in the corresponding Minicalendar Options.
The usual cause for this message is that you converted an existing minicalendar that represented a month which only spanned 5 weeks, and forgot to put an extra row of @ symbols in the sixth week where the existing sample had no dates.
Note that this verification does not occur in the following cases:
•For minicalendars which use a Date Offset, since these minicalendars are often one-line minicalendars, where the number of @ markers may be anything depending on whether you start the minicalendar on the 1st of the month, and if the minicalendar is split across 2 pages.
•In cases when the minicalendar uses minicalendar modifiers that clearly indicates that the number of @ markers being 35 does make sense (for example if the minicalendar token uses 5 weeks override or number of weeks minicalendar modifiers)