This hour has 60 minutes



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  • It is just how it rounds the time numbers.  Dont see this as a wtf.  You could always go Data from Star Trek level of precision, but most people dont care for that.



  • @Anketam said:

    It is just how it rounds the time numbers.  Dont see this as a wtf.  You could always go Data from Star Trek level of precision, but most people outside of this forum dont care for that.


    FTFY
    *Cue the asspies



  • @Anketam said:

    It is just how it rounds the time numbers.  Dont see this as a wtf.  You could always go Data from Star Trek level of precision, but most people dont care for that.

    I just wonder, at what point does 60 minutes becomes 1 hour according to Lync. I haven't been waiting with the finger on PrintScreen for this to happen, it's been like that for a while. It's the same for the 5 minute, it is not even close to 5 minutes.

    Maybe they should not use time units, and just put "A while", "Quite a while" and "Long enough to expect he's never coming back".



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:


    I just wonder, at what point does 60 minutes becomes 1 hour according to Lync. I haven't been waiting with the finger on PrintScreen for this to happen, it's been like that for a while. It's the same for the 5 minute, it is not even close to 5 minutes.

    If one user has been logged in for 59 minutes and 38 seconds, it rounds up to 60 minutes. If the other has been logged in for 1 hour and 3 minutes, it rounds down to 1 hour (values over 60 minutes are rounded to the nearest hour, say). Make perfect sense to me.



  • @barfoo said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:


    I just wonder, at what point does 60 minutes becomes 1 hour according to Lync. I haven't been waiting with the finger on PrintScreen for this to happen, it's been like that for a while. It's the same for the 5 minute, it is not even close to 5 minutes.

    If one user has been logged in for 59 minutes and 38 seconds, it rounds up to 60 minutes. If the other has been logged in for 1 hour and 3 minutes, it rounds down to 1 hour (values over 60 minutes are rounded to the nearest hour, say). Make perfect sense to me.

    It's been the same as in the screenshot for over 5 minutes. That's what I meant by "not waiting with the finger on PrintScreen".



  • Geeze people, 80-minute hours, duh.



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @barfoo said:
    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    I just wonder, at what point does 60 minutes becomes 1 hour according to Lync. I haven't been waiting with the finger on PrintScreen for this to happen, it's been like that for a while. It's the same for the 5 minute, it is not even close to 5 minutes.
    If one user has been logged in for 59 minutes and 38 seconds, it rounds up to 60 minutes. If the other has been logged in for 1 hour and 3 minutes, it rounds down to 1 hour (values over 60 minutes are rounded to the nearest hour, say). Make perfect sense to me.
    It's been the same as in the screenshot for over 5 minutes. That's what I meant by "not waiting with the finger on PrintScreen".
    just like a watched pot never boils, a watched UI does not refresh.



  •  "60 minutes" is probably itself a rounding.



  • @Zylon said:

    Geeze people, 80-minute hours, duh.
    Why stop there? One hundred is such a nice number.


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