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edited August 2013 in OpenSesame

I am currently using version 27.3. I am using the arrow function and it seems that it doesn't matter what color value you assign it will always display a greyish arrow.

Secondly, the feedback item gives an error if you use the numpad numbers

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  • edited 11:46PM

    Hi Dirk,

    Thanks for pointing these issues out!

    I am using the canvas.arrow() function and it seems that it doesn't matter what color value you assign it will always display a greyish arrow.

    I see what you mean. I posted it as an issue. For the moment, a work-around might be to set the color you want to use for the arrow as the foreground color of the corresponding canvas, like so:

    from openexp.canvas import canvas
    my_canvas = canvas(exp, fgcolor = 'blue')
    w = self.get('width')/2
    h = self.get('height')/2
    my_canvas.arrow(0, 0, w, h, arrow_size=10)
    my_canvas.show()
    self.sleep(1000)
    

    The feedback item gives an error if you use the numpad numbers

    Also posted as an issue. The problem only arises with the Legacy and PyGame back-end though, and not with the PsychoPy back-end. So if using the numpad is crucial for your experiment perhaps you could use this one.

    Best wishes,

    Lotje

    Lotje van der Linden - http://www.cogsci.nl
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