How do timestamps work (on legacy backend)?
can anybody help me wrap my head around the timestamps which are produced using the legacy backend?
Below are timestamps from the first three pages in my experiment:
Does anybody know what the unit of measurement is for these?
What the manual has to say: "The absolute meaning of the timestamp (i.e. when it was 0) depends on the backend." I'm really not sure what that is supposed to mean
What I actually need are the differences between the timestamps, e.g. x = time_p2 - time_p1.
Now, this is actually kinda working. In the example above I spend 10 seconds on the first page and 20 seconds on the second page. If I calculate differences I get pretty close:
time_p2 - time_p1 = 10558
time_p3 - time_p2 = 20167
This would indicate that the timestamps are actually in milliseconds. Which would make sense, but how are my starting value so large if that's the case? Am I missing something ridiculously obvious here?
Thanks in advance
Fwiw: I tried using the other backends, but every backend except for legacy crashes on my system... so I'm kind of stuck with legacy for now.