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  • Hi and , That's very interesting. It took me a while to pinpoint where this comes from, but it's the fastnumbers library (used by datamatrix) that takes the liberty of converting the 三 to three. I'll fix that, because it should not do any convers…
  • Hi, A sketchpad is by definition static. So if you want to show some kind of animation, then you would do this by presenting a series of sketchpads or, in an inline_script, with a series of Canvas.show() calls. What exactly do you want to do? Do you…
  • Hi Captain Cool, > 1) I want to upload the study to JATOS to be used online. When checking it in OSWeb, it says that the form_base function is not supported BUT it works when I've tried it on the test server! Is it going to randomly stop working …
  • Hi Simona, When the Escape key is pressed, the exp.pause() function is called. By default, this function shows a pause screen, waits for a key press, aborts the experiment if the user presses Q, and resumes otherwise. But you can override this behav…
  • Thanks. I'll get back to you on the issue tracker!
  • > The github tracker is at: https://github.com/jasp-stats/jasp-issues/issues Ah right, you have a separate repo for the issues! That wasn't clear to me, maybe that could be indicated better in the other repos. > I've taken a look at the logfil…
  • I suppose it's possible, but there is currently no API to for example retrieve files from the file pool, or interact with OpenSesame in any other way than accessing experimental variables through the vars object (the JavaScript variation of the var …
  • > Also, as OSweb supports inline_scripts (though with javascript), you can implement reading files yourself, e.g. through Python Pandas. No, that's not correct! OSWeb supports basic JavaScript through the inline_javascript item, but this does not…
  • I think what happened here is that the file started with a so-called BOM (byte order mark). This is not a visible character, and hence you don't see it (which is confusing). But the BOM does become part of the column name, rendering the column name …
  • Is this issue still current? If not, let's un-announce it then.
  • Hi Anne, I think the problem is the variable slider_fill. When the slider is at 0, this variable also has the value zero. And then the width of the rectangle is actually negative (-2) as you can see here: my_canvas.rect(slider_x+1, slider_y+1, slide…
  • > how do you solve this in OpenSesame when a variable is empty? How do you make sure the stay valid Python statements? They are compiled to references to the var object. Also strings should be quoted. Looking at the syntax unit tests, OSWeb does …
  • That's pretty impressive, and thank you for sharing! Just to clarify the solution for me. You're saying that the second IP address (169.254.181.139) is the stimulus computer, i.e. the computer that OpenSesame is running on, right? So basically, you'…
  • > Is there any way to make the interface fit the full screen? Yes, you can change the experiment resolution so that it matches the resolution of the monitor.
  • It happens intermittently. I haven't found a clear pattern.
  • I can reproduce it, but it's a bit unpredictable when it occurs. https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/472/O1WWZTUY6MVH.png
  • Hi Simona, There is only a 32 bit version for the Python 2-based package of OpenSesame. (And only a 64 bit version for the Python 3-based package.) But that's fine though, because you can run 32 bit software also on 64 bit systems. Or do you have a …
  • Hi Iñigo, So you're working with two independent windows here: the main OpenSesame window, and a new window that is created by TkInter for the slider task. The trick will be to make sure that the TkInter window receives focus when it appears, and th…
  • > I indeed did this already, but it didn't resolve the issue. Yes, I figured you would've tried that ;-) > The stimulus PC (where I run OpenSesame) is a different computer from the SMI computer and they are connected via an ethernet cable. Is …
  • > Just thinking that this may be useful: I thought maybe it was a good idea to add something likeiViewXAPI.iV_SetupLptRecording("LPT name", 0) within the SMItracker.close() function in libsmi to disable the signal recording to the port …
  • Hi Chris, This question looks like spam, but since there's no link in it I'll give it the benefit of the doubt. Could you elaborate on what you mean? If not, I will remove the question. Cheers, Sebastiaan
  • Hi Deiniol, There were indeed two issues with the SRBox plugin, and you ran into both: dummy mode was broken, and the correctness of the responses was not correctly set. Both of these should be fixed in the upcoming maintenance release (3.2.8). Coul…
  • Hi, You're not running the latest version of OpenSesame; I can tell from the error message. If you upgrade then coroutines should be available. Cheers, Sebastiaan
  • Hi Patricia, My first guess is that the active parts of Experiment B have been implemented in the Prepare phase on an inline_script item. That would explain why they are executed first, before the experiment moves on to the Run phase, which would no…
  • Hi Intan, Ah, I think I understand now. So it seems that are (at least) two ways to send information to the SMI log file: The first is to use the eyetracker.log() function, which in turn uses the iViewXAPI Python library. The second is to send trig…
  • > thank you for your response! I did data collection with SMI and OpenSesame before, but without triggers and it was fine. Now I want to send triggers both to the EEG and ET. However, it keeps giving me the aforementioned error message. I initial…
  • > Also, do you think that the LSL plugin offered by Pupil labs could reasonably play a role in going about this task? Possibly, yes. I haven't work with LSL myself, but I've heard good things about it. And there's an LSL Python library that you s…
  • Hi Intan, I don't have hands-on experience with the SMI, so I'm kind of groping in the dark here. Have you managed to successfully collect data with the SMI with OpenSesame before? I.e. should it work in principle? > According to the iViewX SDK M…
  • Hi Paula, The Image object is a sketchpad element. For forms you need to use the ImageWidget object. See also: https://osdoc.cogsci.nl/3.2/manual/forms/widgets/ Cheers, Sebastiaan
  • Hi Sasha, My first guess is that you're showing this feedback using a sketchpad, which is prepared in advance and thus does not reflect up-to-date variables. If so, then you'll want to use a feedback item, which is not prepared in advance. Does that…