Description of the problem:
I’m running into quite a strange issue, and I would like to figure out an immediate workaround if any is possible. The reaction time being logged from a keyboard response component works fine in Chrome, but when I test the task in Firefox, the logged RT is rounded to the nearest 1st decimal place (e.g. 0.123 is rounded to 0.1). As far as I know, this ONLY happens in Firefox (76.0.1 – 64-bit).
The linked experiment logs the RTs to the console, so you can take a look at the console yourself in both browsers. For each RT logged, I print the numeric representation and the string representation (I was hoping this was going to be a possible workaround). Is there some way around this issue? My plan is to take a look deeper into the PsychoJS API to see if I can manually log the RT’s without relying on the keyboard component’s RT value, but if someone could show me a quick fix I’d very much appreciate it!