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For this form, it will advance to the next screen if the person hits enter even if there are more questions on the page to answer. Is there a way to prevent this behaviour?

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  • And is there a way to output the variable inspector. It is too difficult to read at the side or on top. I never see all the columns and scrolling back and forth is annoying.

  • And is there a way to output the variable inspector. It is too difficult to read at the side or on top. I never see all the columns and scrolling back and forth is annoying.

    Well, you can undock the window and put it on a separate screen. Or you could run the experiment and check out the column names in the logfile. You can also uncheck the option to log all variables, but add manually the ones you need, but you have to be careful that you are not accidentally forget to log important variables for your experiment, if you go for this option.

    For this form, it will advance to the next screen if the person hits enter even if there are more questions on the page to answer. Is there a way to prevent this behaviour?

    This question came up a couple of times in the past. You can check out these discussions here:

    Hope this helps.

    Eduard

  • Dear Eduard: For some reason, I have my variables listed but nothing writes out to the csv even if data shows in the logger. I think I'm missing something in my logger code but I don't know what.

  • Can you share your experiment and a logfile with us? This will make debugging much quicker.

    Thanks,
    Eduard

  • In the new version the logger works. I'm working on getting it in the order I want now. Thanks, this discussion can be closed as well.

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