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  • Hi Edwin, Thanks--hacky or not, this helped a little. I also changed the IP address in the definition of _init_ from the default to the actual address of the SMI workstation. Now I don't get the "bind socket" error. Instead I get the error…
  • Thanks so much, Cesco and Edwin! I know there has been a long delay, but I'm stuck and have a very newbie question. When you said I can use send_message in my script, do you mean an OpenSesame inline-script item? So I would create an OS inline-…
  • Hi Edwin, OMG, I don't know how I missed your response more than a month ago. Thank you so much for responding. Here is some more information: I'm using the 2-PC setup. My stimulus computer has the IP address and Port 5555. The SMI Wo…
  • Hi Sebastiaan, I just tried to upgrade from 3.2.4 to 3.2.5 in Mac OS. The upgrade made all the PyGaze functions disappear from the toolbar. After trying a variety of fixes, I gave up and reinstalled 3.2.4--now all is OK. Is this a bug or a featu…
  • Thanks, Sebastiaan (and thanks for OpenSesame all together), Unfortunately, I think I do. I need parallel ports to send TTL pulses from the stimulus computer to the eyetracker and an EEG recorder so I can sync the data. Unless somebody knows of a …
  • Hi Eduard, Thanks! That's exactly the clarification I've been needing. It's a priming experiment so the trigger I need is a saccade following fixation on a particular word in a sentence (the pre- and post-saccade words will be different in each …
  • Thanks, Sebastiaan. You guessed right: I did use Edwin's plug-ins. I was working on a MacBook (since that's what I own) to train myself in OpenSesame, so I downloaded them from PyGaze.org. But I'm getting the university to put OS on a Windows 8 m…
  • Hi all, I'd appreciate hearing from anyone who's programmed a Rayner-style gaze contingent 'boundary paradigm' reading study...or any priming study where sentence-length stimuli change while the participant is looking at them. Thanks, Russell