I am trying to create a fake stopwatch similar to how the 'downloads' library asset works, in that it counts to 100, with the tens place hidden so it appears to count to 9, and then loops, followed by being replaced with the final number. I can replicate this kind of if I do %(range,0,59) and copied it so it repeated a couple times before being replaced with the actual number I wanted. I noticed in the downloads library asset however the text is 'F)' which is confusing, because outside of that group entering that into a text box does not work the way it does in the group. The time I am looking to 'count up' to is something like 3;57:00. I know this is complex but I was hoping to get a little more insight to an easier way this might be more possible to achieve. It does not have to be realistic, only give the impression that it is counting up to that time period. As far as I can tell, I cannot use the Countup timers in the library downloads because that is dependant on time in the video, and I only need to simulate it counting that high, and as a cannot have the video be actually 3 hours long. Is there any solution to this or insight to the variables in order to figure out a more efficient solution?
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