Editing Files and Versions

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The issue you are facing:
Good day!
May I ask you for help?
I have installed nextcloud 19, and I noticed that when I edit a text or table file in the onlyoffice editor, then I save it, then the file change time is not absolute, but relative. That is, for example, I created a file, went in, wrote something in it, then closed it, then opened it again and edited something, closed it again. In the web interface, I see that the file was changed not a few seconds ago, but a few minutes or ches, when I opened it and edited for the first time.
Is this a bug? or is something wrong with me?

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