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OpenSesame 3.1.4 Jazzy James released!

About this update

OpenSesame 3.1.4 Jazzy James is the fourth maintenance release in the 3.1 series. It contains bug fixes and minor improvements, and should be a pleasant and safe upgrade for everyone who is using the 3.1 series. You can download OpenSesame 3.1 from here:

If you are upgrading from OpenSesame 3.0 or earlier, please see the list of important changes:

Credits

Thanks to:

  • Amandine Rey (@amandinerey) for updating the French translation.
  • Daniel Schreij (@Daniel) for the Mac OS package.

Bug fixes and improvements

  • Issue #469: Add locale to preferences (Enhancement)
  • Issue #474: IPython debug window doesn't auto scroll down with text (Enhancement)
  • Issue #478: [OSX] With PyQt5, incorrect version information is displayed in system info. (Bug)
  • Issue #479: Systematically check the experiment API in yaml front matter (Enhancement)
  • Issue #480: Detect hard crashes in multiprocess runner (Enhancement)
  • Issue #482: Color-edit widget crashes on numeric color values (Bug)
  • Issue #483: Renaming items in sequence view sometimes crashes (Bug) (Major)

Packages (Windows Python 2.7 package)

Updated

  • python-qprogedit has been updated to 4.0.6

Detailed package information

name: opensesame_3.1.4-py2.7-win32-1
channels:
- cogsci
- defaults
dependencies:
- python==2.7.12
- anaconda-client=1.4.0=py27_0
- backports=1.0=py27_0
- backports_abc=0.4=py27_0
- bzip2=1.0.6=vc9_3
- clyent=1.2.2=py27_0
- arrow=0.7.0=py_0
- humanize=0.5.1=py_0
- oauthlib=1.0.3=py_0
- psychopy=1.82.01=py27_0
- pygame=1.9.2a0=py27_0
- pyglet=1.2.4=py27_0
- python-datamatrix=0.3.1=py_0 # updated in 3.1.3
- python-fileinspector=1.0.2=py_0 # updated in 3.1.3
- python-opensesame=3.1.4=py_0 # updated in 3.1.4
- python-pseudorandom=0.2.2=py27_0
- python-pygaze=0.6.0a21=py_0 # Updated in 3.1.3
- python-qdatamatrix=0.1.9=py_0 # updated in 3.1.3
- python-qnotifications=1.1.1=py_0 # updated in 3.1.3
- python-qosf=1.1.8=py_0
- python-qprogedit=4.0.6=py_0 # updated in 3.1.4
- qscintilla2=2.9.1=py27_vc9_0
- requests-oauthlib=0.6.1=py_0
- webcolors=1.5=py27_0
- configparser=3.5.0b2=py27_1
- decorator=4.0.10=py27_0
- entrypoints=0.2.2=py27_0
- freetype=2.5.5=vc9_1
- functools32=3.2.3.2=py27_0
- get_terminal_size=1.0.0=py27_0
- ipykernel=4.3.1=py27_0
- ipython=4.2.0=py27_0
- ipython_genutils=0.1.0=py27_0
- ipywidgets=4.1.1=py27_0
- jinja2=2.8=py27_1
- jpeg=8d=vc9_0
- jsonschema=2.5.1=py27_0
- jupyter=1.0.0=py27_3
- jupyter_client=4.3.0=py27_0
- jupyter_console=4.1.1=py27_0
- jupyter_core=4.1.0=py27_0
- libpng=1.6.22=vc9_0
- libtiff=4.0.6=vc9_2
- markdown=2.6.6=py27_0
- markupsafe=0.23=py27_2
- mistune=0.7.2=py27_0
- mkl=11.3.3=1
- nbconvert=4.2.0=py27_0
- nbformat=4.0.1=py27_0
- notebook=4.2.1=py27_0
- numpy=1.11.1=py27_0
- openssl=1.0.2h=vc9_0
- path.py=8.2.1=py27_0
- pickleshare=0.5=py27_0
- pillow=3.2.0=py27_1
- pip=8.1.2=py27_0
- pyflakes=1.2.3=py27_0
- pygments=2.1.3=py27_0
- pyopengl=3.1.1a1=np111py27_0
- pyopengl-accelerate=3.1.1a1=np111py27_0
- pyqt=4.11.4=py27_6
- pyreadline=2.1=py27_0
- pyserial=2.7=py27_0
- python=2.7.12=0
- python-dateutil=2.5.3=py27_0
- pytz=2016.4=py27_0
- pyyaml=3.11=py27_4
- pyzmq=15.2.0=py27_0
- qt=4.8.7=vc9_8
- qtawesome=0.3.3=py27_0
- qtconsole=4.2.1=py27_0
- qtpy=1.0.2=py27_0
- requests=2.10.0=py27_0
- scipy=0.17.1=np111py27_1
- setuptools=23.0.0=py27_0
- simplegeneric=0.8.1=py27_1
- singledispatch=3.4.0.3=py27_0
- sip=4.16.9=py27_2
- six=1.10.0=py27_0
- sqlite=3.13.0=vc9_1
- ssl_match_hostname=3.4.0.2=py27_1
- tornado=4.3=py27_1
- traitlets=4.2.1=py27_0
- vs2008_runtime=9.00.30729.1=2
- wheel=0.29.0=py27_0
- yaml=0.1.6=0
- zlib=1.2.8=vc9_3
- pip:
  - cffi==1.7.0
  - expyriment==0.8.0 # Upgrade manually to 0.8.1.opensesame2
  - imageio==1.5
  - mediadecoder==0.1.5
  - moviepy==0.2.2.11  
  - opensesame-extension-osf==1.0.11
  - opensesame-plugin-media-player-mpy==0.1.6
  - opensesame-windows-launcher==0.4.1
  - pycparser==2.14
  - python-bidi==0.4.0
  - sounddevice==0.3.3
  - tqdm==4.7.6
  - pyaudio==0.2.9 # Added in 3.1.3
  - openpyxl==2.4.0 # Added in 3.1.3
prefix: opensesame_3.1.4-py2.7-win32-1

There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
cogsci.nl/smathot

Comments

  • I just installed this, and coannot open it. I looked in the logfile and got this:

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "opensesame", line 24, in
    ImportError: No module named multiprocessing

  • Details! What operating system do you use, what version and package of OpenSesame did you install, and what logfile are you talking about?

    There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
    cogsci.nl/smathot

  • Sorry for not giving enough details.
    OS = Windows 10
    Version = 3.1.4 (I've used previous versions without having this problem, from 2013 onward)

    The program does not open at all. It states that an error occurred and directed me to look at a logfile under program files.

  • It must be some bug with my computer. I just tried reinstalling it again and it works fine. Sorry for the trouble.

  • is the sound record plugin available now? I am preparing yet another experiment which needs sound recording. If it does not, then I will still go for the version I have used before (2.0.7). Thanks!
    ps. I think that sound recording is actually a very important feature for an experiment builder ... I would regard it as a priority feature to have.

  • @moreno

    is the sound record plugin available now? I am preparing yet another experiment which needs sound recording.

    Yes, but you have to install it manually (i.e. not through pip install):

    There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
    cogsci.nl/smathot

  • that's fab! thank you so much :)

  • Great work!

    A minor point of feedback from user-friendliness perspective: When you Drag items from the Unused Items bin back to the top of the experiment sequence, the overview panel used to cycle to the top as well. Now, it seems that you need to drag it step by step to the top.

    Perhaps an restore items option might be a solution?

  • A minor point of feedback from user-friendliness perspective: When you Drag items from the Unused Items bin back to the top of the experiment sequence, the overview panel used to cycle to the top as well. Now, it seems that you need to drag it step by step to the top.

    You mean that the overview area doesn't scroll during drag'n'drop? That's true, although I'm not sure why it would ever have been different. (This is a property of the UI toolkit, not something that I explicitly implemented.)

    What you could do instead is copy the item, and then paste it at the desired location.

    There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
    cogsci.nl/smathot

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