Hi Stefano, Thank you for writing to us. We allow only long type data to be submitted in a leaderboard. So you can submit best time score as second. But some thing like min-sec or hr-min-sec is not supported so far.
Hi Stefano, We generally [b]can not[/b] answer questions about future products or services, which this falls under. However, I'm going to forward this feedback/suggestion to the concern team. Please stay tuned on Mobile App Distribution Portal or Blogs (
https://developer.amazon.com/blog/index.html) for any updates related to this. Thanks.
This would definitely be a useful feature - our entire game is based on split second timing. Other systems deal with it by accepting a long int in the score submission, but then letting us set a decimal offset in the configuration of the leaderboard. Thanks!
So there's no support for decimal numbers on leaderboards? I got here because I want to post lap times to leaderboards with a granularity of less than a second. Our laps are short, so I'm not worried about posting minutes - but I do want to post fractions of a second, e.g. 28.13 seconds. I take it that this is not possible at the moment?
In order to store a best time score for my game, I submit the score in milliseconds. Of course, displaying a score in milliseconds when showLeaderboardsOverlay() is called does not make for a good gaming experience. I would like leaderboards to be time-aware so that time values are formatted appropriately, such as hh:mm:ss.SSSS.