File > Properties > General > Total Editing Time is displayed without a unit. Here it shows "00:10:26" and it is not clear to me whether this means 10h or 10min or something else. 10h would be somewhat realistic, but that would mean the initial 0 would represent days, which seems to be a strange format for printing the number of days...
It would be very helpful, if the format could be changed into "X days N hours M minutes", to clarify the units.
It's definitely hh:mm:ss.
I started a new document a couple of minutes ago, saved it, and it says 00:04:43. In one of my old documents it's 35:23:02. I have no idea what happens if 99:59:59 is reached, though.
I edited my document for several hours, but the timer says 00:10:26. I'll file another bug regarding that. The original issue (the meaning of the numbers not being obvious) persists, though.
Yeah, units would be great -> NEW
I don't think it's necessary to have units, since hh:mm:ss is unambiguous, though I guess having "hh:mm:ss" displayed can't hurt. Actually, "hh" can be more than two digits, not sure if that should/could be noted somehow.
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still repro, but my opinion -> Not A Bug, but it might be an enhancement
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