PST SR-Box through USB in 3.1.3 issues...
I'm translating a lexically-guided perceptual learning experiment to OpenSesame and would like to use our PST SR-Box (model 200A) as we're going to be running this experiment with people with Aphasia and a keyboard response may be too complicated or difficult.
Our testing PC's are brand new, so unsurprisingly they do not have a serial port. Luckily, the computer recognizes the SR-Box using a serial-to-USB adapter and OpenSesame 3.1.3 will allow responses from the SR-Box properly (by that, I mean pressing button 1 outputs a "1", button 2 outputs a "2", etc). However, when I try to specify only two allowed responses (in this case, buttons 1 & 5) or specify which lights to turn on, it crashes with the error:
item-stack: experiment[prepare].new_srbox_1[prepare] exception message: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'kp1'
I'm trying to figure out what the source of this issue is; OpenSesame seems to have no problem recognizing and reading responses from the SR-Box, which is good. However, when adding "1;5" to the "Allowed Responses" field, it crashes. Is this syntax not appropriate anymore? I previously used that way to denote allowed responses in 2.9.X and it functioned normally.
Your help is very much appreciated (I really would like to avoid E-Prime)!