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Hi, @edwin and @sebastiaan, I would like to, once again, thank you both for OpenSesame and PyGaze! Great tools! I'm both new to these tools and to eye-tracking so, please forgive any rookie mistakes on my part. Since I'm working with a Tobii eye-…
Hi @hanzh, Since I'm new at this and I haven't yet been able to analyse my test data, I can't tell if these have consequences, but I don't think they do. Still, since they're printed to the eye-tracking data files, I prefer their value to be as cl…
Hi Sebastiaan, Thank you for your reply and for the OpenSesame tool!
An inline script as follows seems to do the trick. from pygaze import settings settings.SCREENSIZE = (31.0, 17.4) # physical display size (cm) settings.SCREENDIST = 60.0 # participant to display distance (cm)
Hi Eduard, Thank you for your response! I didn't identify the root cause of the problem but I think that I found a solution. I updated the PsychoPy version in the portable WinPython-PyGaze-0.6.0 environment (that I downloaded from PyGaze website)…
Forgot to mention that the previous traceback is preceded by: FreeType import Failed: expected string or Unicode object, NoneType found 2.8495 WARNING Creating new monitor...