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How to store a Timer's value and duration into a variable?

I have created a loading bar which uses disableAppTimer.Value/disableAppTimer.Duration

 

I now have 3 screens which all use the same timer (disableAppTimer.Value & disableAppTimer_1.Value & disableAppTimer_2.Value) but I am struggling to tie them into the same loading bar as it just wont work.

 

I have tried the following but no success.

0 + ((446 * disableAppTimer.Value||disableAppTimer_1.Value||disableAppTimer_2.Value/disableAppTimer.Duration))

and a few others...

0+((446*If(disableAppTimer.Start= true ,disableAppTimer.Value/disableAppTimer.Duration,If(disableAppTimer_1.Start= true ,disableAppTimer_1.Value/disableAppTimer_1.Duration,If(disableAppTimer_2.Start= true ,disableAppTimer_2.Value/disableAppTimer_2.Duration)))))

 

Ideally, I would like to place all these timers into a variable, for example,

Set(varDisableAppValue, disableAppTimer.Value)

Set(varDisableAppValue, disableAppTimer.Value_1)

Set(varDisableAppValue, disableAppTimer.Value_2)

& then

Set(varDisableAppDuration, disableAppTimer.Duration)

Set(varDisableAppDuration, disableAppTimer.Duration_1)

Set(varDisableAppDuration, disableAppTimer.Duration_2)

Once done, I would then be able to use:

0 + ((446 * varDisableAppValue/varDisableAppDuration))

 

Is this possible or can you suggest any workarounds?

 

Thanks.

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