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Thanks Eduard! That worked (had to set a no to a yes). I actually checked the script but overlooked the fullscreen part!
Okay, found the issue. There was a typo (.....) in a variable name, such that one the coordinates did not get assigned. The coordinates were drawn from a randomized array, making the program stop at an unexpected location.
Thanks for your reply! Too bad I only read it now, but still have the problem! Below the Python code I got from Arrington Research. We would like to track eye movements (not just control for fixation); so we need saccade and fixation location and …