localTime Property (deprecated)
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XML N/A Scripting [ sTime = ] object.localTime
sTime A String that specifies the current time on the element's local duration. The local duration is the amount of time from when the element begins until it stops, including playing in reverse and all repetitions.
The property is read-only. The property has no default value.
If the t:AUTOREVERSE attribute is set to
trueon an element, the localTime is effectively doubled. The localTime property also includes the value of the element's t:REPEAT attribute or t:REPEATDUR attribute.