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  • Hi SoSo, I have faced the same problem and solved it by setting the value of the correct_response variable to "none". That keyword works exactly like a key name ("a", "b", "space" ... ). Cheers, Gérard
  • Thank you, Sebastiaan. While reviewing all the parameters of the program, I changed also the PC and it appears that the experiment runs fine on the desktops but not on the laptop that I use for development. The "incorrect" timing was a problem of de…
  • Hello Zgolot, This is an in-line script that does most of the job. You will have to adapt the colors according to your need and keep in mind that each of the 3 RGB parameters must be in the range 0-255. https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/427/YZRZ8Y3QD8…
  • Thank you, Eduard.
  • Hi Sebastiaan, Thank you and sorry for being so assertive in the title of my post. My intention was to share some information that I thought would be useful for other users, but I realize that it was distorted by several biases: emotion (frustrat…
  • Thank you, Pascal ! Cheers, Gérard
  • Hi Sebastiaan, It happens when I use the button names in the conditional statements of a sequence. They seem to be accepted, however, in the keyboard input list of buttons. Cheers, Gérard
  • Hi Pascal, I discovered that the cause of the problem is that the mouse button names (left_button, right_button ...) that are referenced in the OpenSesame documentation DO NOT WORK. Instead, it is necessary to use the button numbers 1, 2, 3 ... T…
  • Hi Eduard, I discovered that the cause of the problem is that the mouse button names (left_button, right_button ...) that are referenced in the OpenSesame documentation DO NOT WORK. Instead, it is necessary to use the button numbers 1, 2, 3 ... T…
  • Hi Eduard, Thank you for this interesting information based on using an inline_script. But I am stuck at a lower level because I am not able to work out this very simple sequence that I have to describe in detail for your understanding (uploads o…
  • Thank you for your reply, Pascal. Please refer to my previous post named "Coding a loop" in the Opensesame forum to see a description of the problem. What I called a "block" is a mouse_response item. The problem is that the program is stuck in that …
  • Hi Eduard, I have taken your advise and built a similar sequence using sketchpads and it works fine with keyboard entries. But I cannot work it out with mouse clics. The only differences in the sequence are the entry device and of course the corr…
  • Hi Eduard, Thank you very much for your help ! Your routine works fine. I just have to adapt it to the context of the experiment. Best regards, Gérard
  • The program runs with .png files. The problem is solved, thank you for your help. An explanation could be that .jpg files may have different variants of compression algorithms. They may be less standardized than .png. Anyway, thanks again and b…
  • There is an improvement with the .tif format: all the images are visible when put manually on the sketchpad. However, the execution of the program fails again. I am going to try with .png. Are all the formats supported by OS ?
  • Hi everybody, The problem that I have reported is very erratic. I have attached the error message generated in the original experiment. I have identified all the images that do not show up (about 30% of the pool) and tested the display of those i…
  • Hello Stephan, Thank you for this information, but I'm using Windows 10. The problem is not related to a question of timing or sequencing. Some pictures simply don't show up not only when the program is running, but also when I put them manually …
  • You are right ! And it looks like resetting the cell format to 'standard', which is the default value, is not sufficient. When the 'format' parameter has been modified once, the cell is considered 'formatted'. Hence, it is safer to copy the columns …
  • Hi Sebastiaan, There is only one sheet in the file, that I have attached.
  • Thank you Sebastiaan, You put your finger on it ! I've got it now ... Cheers, Gérard
  • Hello Sebastiaan, Thanks for your reply. I am a beginner in OS and I am progressively experimenting the various features of the program. By the way, it is a boon for me. Congratulations for this excellent work ! So, after prototyping and running…