Show 1 and 2 on the top line if MiniCalendar has 6 weeks
The Days 1 and 2 on the top line minicalendar modifier is used to display the first and/or second days of the month on the same line as the month name, when the month has 6 partial weeks.
The Days 1 and 2 on the top line modifier is
This is a way of displaying months with 6 partial weeks that is different from the 5-week minicalendar options that force the 6 weeks into 5 rows.
Here there are 6 rows, but the first row is truncated and follows specific rules.
➢Therefore this type of MiniCalendars is produced with the five week minicalendars option turned off (that is to say, these cases are treated as 6 row MiniCalendars).
The specifics of this type of MiniCalendar are:
•The MiniCalendar modifier :Top12 is used.
•As mentioned above, but this bears repeating, the five week minicalendars option should be turned off.
•There are only 2 @ markers on the first row of the minicalendar.
•If your MiniCalendar displays week numbers using the w# week number token, then there should be a w# on the top row. Otherwise your week numbers will be off by one.
•Optionally, if you want to display some other text on the top row, where the w# is, when months have 5 weeks or less (such as "s." in the example at the top left of this topic), then add a hyphen "-" and and the text to be displayed after that hyphen, as shown above.