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Beta test of absolute time axis ("system time")
I have just submitted a new beta version 1.1.8-beta1 which should hit Google Play and Apple's Testflight shortly (I hope that Apple's review process approves before their Christmas break). Please discuss your thoughts and bug reports for this version in this thread, to avoid duplicate reports and to allow for a focussed discussion.

This Test Version introduces an absolute time axis (system time), which you can find by tapping on the graph and using "More tools" in the bottom right corner. Be warned: This feature required code changes in many parts of phyphox, so you have to expect bugs and problems and should switch to the non-beta version if you require a reliable version.

Things to test specifically:
- Representation of pause and resume in the graphs
- Showing time as system time
- Data export with metadata and reference times
- Access to metadata and reference times via REST API (see
- Submitting time reference data via the network connection interface (see
- Compatibility with any of your existing experiments. First of all, that nothing breaks, but also if the feature works with your experiment. However, the latter requires tagging graph axes as time axes, which cannot be done with the editor at the moment. You will need to add the tag timeOnX="true" with an text editor to each graph that should show a time axis. (see

If you have any experiments that use multiple data sources (sensors mixed with GPS or Bluetooth) you might also have an eye on the new synchronization of their timestamps as everything is now using the same reference point from the last measurement start.

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