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  • Does this sound like something for Psynteract?
  • Yes, good point. I'll add this to the documentation.
  • Hi Patricia, > Normally, during the calibration period I have to press space bar in order to move on with the calibration, however I am not using a keyboard, only the srbox. Can I perform the calibration using the srbox instead? How can I change thi…
    in Srbox Comment by sebastiaan May 15
  • > shall I create a temporary jatos.cogsci.nl account for saamah to see if it works for her there? If so, then this has to do with her Jatos installation, but I don't like it that the error message is not more informative, so do want to build in some…
  • Hi Lucia, There are two (main) ways in which you can randomly select the position of your stimuli. The first way is to have two separate sketchpads, one with the stimulus on the left and one with the stimulus on the right, and then use a Run-If stat…
  • > I think it would be great to be able to specify global lists of stimuli outside the block loop structures so that one could then be able to sample randomly from stimuli lists to present in each loop. This sounds like what E-Prime calls 'nested lo…
  • Hi and , If this crashes, then I suggest to, as a temporary workaround, either install the fonts on the systems that you will use, or render the text as bitmaps. That's not ideal, but it should be doable. And, as I said above, for the next mainten…
  • Hi, I don't have any experience with lab streaming layer, but since you say that the triggers are, at least in some cases, sent, this suggests that there's something wrong with the logic of the experiment, and not with the trigger code per se. Why d…
  • Hi Lionel, The exact behavior depends a bit on the operating system, but I'm fairly you'll find a configuration that works. What if you try the following? Select the legacy backend Under backend settings, set Draw window frame to "no" and window pos…
  • Hi Rich, Thanks for bringing this to our attention. It's a bug that was introduced with the new text-rendering system in OpenSesame 3.2. We'll fix this in an upcoming maintenance release. But for now, you can register your font (from the file pool) …
  • Hi Joeri, In your situation, I would focus on the second table, i.e. the inclusion Bayes ("Baws") Factor, and ignore the first table which (to me) is too overwhelming to be useful. Here is a blog in I describe the logic behind it. You can interpret …
  • > Also that has been fixed now. We have taken the cv2/numpy/pygame route to make it work :-) We can now properly render a video next to an image. Good! > the images/video are mirrored numpy.rot90() has a k keyword that allows you to specify how ofte…
  • Good to hear!
    in Hebrew Comment by sebastiaan May 3
  • Hi Saamah, Thanks! Could you attach the experiment here? And which browser (+ browser version) are you using? Cheers! Sebastiaan Ping
  • Hi phidget, So your essentially wondering how you can show stimuli on two different monitors? Do I understand that correctly? There are a few different ways to do that, but the easiest is probably to use a dual-monitor setup where you configure bot…
  • Hi Saamah, > I made the gaze cuing experiment in the basic tutorial and converted it to JATOS and it seems to work. Good! > Does anyone know why this happens? There's an error message that you don't see. It depends on the browser how you can see tha…
  • Hi Esther, It is difficult to say what might be going on without seeing the actual experiment. Could you post the exact error message that you get when this happens? You will find the full error message (traceback) in the debug window. Cheers, Sebas…
  • > Both of the .ogg and .wax song is not in the original quality. Both of it sounds like chipmunks singing Haha, that's probably because the sampling frequency of the files does not match the sampling frequency of the mixer in OpenSesame. You could f…
  • Hi Franzi, Thanks for posting your question here :-) Doing this is possible in OSWeb, but it does require a bit of creativity. For example, you can use the touch_response to check where participants clicked, and use that to toggle selection boxes on…
  • > I did a quadrant test last time, and it worked as it should then, but let's test it again to be sure though with 1.3.1. That makes sense then. Because I did test it with 1.3.1, and it worked fine.
  • Thanks! Yes, it shows that most of the time is spent rendering text. This is in itself not surprising, but it may be susceptible to performance improvements. Thanks!
  • Hi Lucie, This is because you're asking for two key presses. First, as a part of response_training, which has a 'keypress' duration. And then again, as part of keyboard_repsonse_training. The solution would be to set the duration of the response_tra…
  • Hi Natalia, If there's no other reason to use 2.8 (which is very old!), then I would upgrade to OpenSesame 3.2. You will find that Hebrew is now rendered without any issue, just as you'd expect it to, and life will suddenly be much better! Cheers, S…
    in Hebrew Comment by sebastiaan April 29
  • Hi, Yes, if you want to use eye tracking and PsychoPy, I would stick to the Python 2 release for now. For the purpose of what you're trying to do, I don't think it matters much whether you're using Python 2 or 3. However, presenting a video and stat…
  • Hi Gary, The Canvas API has been reworked for OpenSesame 3.2. However, all changes should be fully backwards-compatible, at least as long as you don't use any hacks that go beyond the documented API. (Are you?) Regarding performance: as of 3.2, text…
  • Hi Jos, Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This is indeed a minor bug. I've filed an issue for it, and we'll fix it for the next maintenance release (3.2.8). Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Hi Corinne, Do you mean that there is a slight vertical offset between the two pieces of text? If so, you'll want to take a look at this page: https://osdoc.cogsci.nl/3.2/manual/stimuli/text/#vertical-alignment Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • The profile report is probably saved somewhere else then. You could either search for it by name, or you could indicate a specific folder so that you're sure where to find the file, by changing the line that says: with fnc.profile(): to: with fnc.pr…
  • Based on your previous comment, I had the impression that everything works now. (Except a Python crash as the end, but apparently with no consequences.) What is the problem that remains?