On a Stack Exchange site, I voted some questions (between 5 or 6 questions, at least), then I started voting some answers, and I got a message about voting on questions too, which was similar to "you have not voted for questions in a while," and that suggested I should vote on questions too. Since I kept voting on answers after a pause, I got the same message again, and then again; I even got it twice in row, for two votes on answers. (I don't remember the exact words because instinctively I clicked to close the dialog box; that is why I said that is similar too, even if those could be the exact used words.)
I have seen that message when, in a day, I started voting for answers, and voted for X answers in row, without voting questions. In this case, I started with voting questions, and I also voted on questions the day I voted on that site.
Is that message only given when the system is deciding if I can vote more than 30 times?
I ask because the used words suggests me I didn't vote for questions in the last 5-6 days, while I did it right today, and the day I voted on that site before today. I understand that the message is considering a relatively short period of time, or having voted on 1225 questions and 779 answers would be considered, but I would imagine I should not get that message if I have voted for questions during the day.
Should not the message be changed, or showed in different circumstances?