No worries. I’ve done it too, thought I was missing something.
That was the beauty of the originals … time/travel time were left ambiguous. We were not given timers … since that would cause all sorts of issues to try and "make it 100% logical/explainable for science/laws/etc. How long did it take the crew to get to Alderan? We aren’t told. How long did it take the crew to get to Cloud city without a hyperdrive? We don’t know. Those scenes were split up with other scenes/locations that gives “the illusion of time” occurring. Simple and works.
That’s why I appreciate the removal of the “timer” in this edit about the “Palpy fleet attack.” Again, like the Last Jedi we are told things happening in hours and the “hero’s” are all traveling and doing things “within hours” and makes it … unbelievable. Also, the light speed skipping breaks “the rules/laws” from ANH. Heck, it breaks the movie before it it’s rule on how it works. LOL it was just bad, period.
It’s bad to make a created story that tells you at the beginning “Oil and Water do not mix” and then later show water mixing with oil." Takes you out of that world the author/creator is creating. A big no-no in story telling.
Also Jonh, again, great work with the haircut. Comparing it with the original “wig” it’s night and day difference.
As a giant dork, I am legally compelled to note that the canon reason it doesn’t break the ANH rules is that the ‘skips’ are precalculated at the outset, before any jump takes place.