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Lets say I have a timer, timer has a wait time of 1s, it is active and timeleft != 0. I then assign a new value as wait time, lets say 2s. Does the timer starts counting to 0 from 2s or does it add those 2s to timeleft from previous count.

Godot version 3.2.3.stable
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If you assign a new value to the timer, the timer will count from 0 to the new value.
There is no reason for it to be otherwise unless you want to add previous value to the new one .

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By quoting Mando: This is the way

Makes sence, had to ask. Sorry for late reply.

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