Defining keypad 6 in an inline script
For my experiment the participant has to use the keyboard to respond. There are two possible responses: "a" and "keypad 6". I'm using an inline script to define the correct_response:
if var.digit_type == 1 or var.digit_type == 3 or var.digit_type == 7 or var.digit_type == 9: var.correct_response = 'a' # Left response else: var.correct_response = 'kp6' # Right response
The "a" works perfectly, and if I change the 'kp6' to something like 'l' it works as well. However, specifically defining the keypad 6 response doesn't work! I've tried both implementations found in "List Available Keys" such as 'kp6' and 'KP6'. Furthermore, I've also tried 'K_KP6' (the expyriment implementation, since I'm using that as a backend) or even just '6'.
The 'kp6' command does work when using the keyboard_response item, but it fails to work in an inline script. Therefore my question: how to correctly define the keypad 6 response in an inline script?
Thanks in advance!