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  • Hi Sophie, I'm not sure to be honest. To start, maybe you can present several different minus-like characters in a single string. Do they also appear identical then? If yes, then I suspect that the font simply doesn't contain these variations and fa…
  • Hi Mollie, The problem is that 'object_2' is a key in the stim_match_1 dict. I updated the code above to show how you can add it (marked 'update'). Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Any advice? Yes, to post the actual error message 😉
  • Hi Laura, When entering the code, I need the backspace to delete the last letter written (like in a Word document). But, when I upload the experiment and I press backspace when entering the code, it jumps to the website that was opened before I star…
  • Hi Laura, That's a bug that's fixed in the latest version of OSWeb. If you upgrade opensesame-extension-osweb , this problem should go away. https://osdoc.cogsci.nl/3.2/manual/environment/ Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Hi Zhenzhen, There's nothing wrong in your experiment, as far as I can see, that would unnecessarily slow things down. And for me it works fine. This suggests that there is an unfortunate interaction between the video card of the lab computer and Op…
  • Hi Boris, The JATOS server at the RUG is managed by the instrumentatiedienst of the Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Hi Jessica, With the regular desktop application this is not possible, but opensesamerun allows you to specify the subject number and log file on the command line, like so: opensesamerun my_experiment.osexp -s 0 -l logfile.tsv Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • Indeed, we are having some forum troubles and some attachments got lost. But it should downloadable again now through the link above!
  • Hi Zhenzhen, It would be easiest if you upload the experiment here so we can see what might cause the delay. It's probably in part due to the interaction between the hardware and OpenSesame, but even so there might be ways to optimize it. (I think s…
  • Hi Mollie, If I understand the logic correctly, then would simply change this line: targets_with_repetitions.append('object_1') To this: targets_with_repetitions.append(choice(['object_1', 'object_2'])) Cheers! Sebastiaan
  • It should be downloadable again! (We've been having some issues with the forum lately, and some attachments got lost.)
  • Hi Gérard, Could it be that some Python or other underlying files would not have been deleted when I have uninstalled and reinstalled the OS package ?  No, that strikes me as very unlikely. But what it could be I don't know … As you say, it sounds l…
  • @Yavor Can you chip in here?
  • All the different software versions are a bit confusing, I understand that! ;-) but OpenSesame 3.2.8 can run with Python 2 or 3. So the versions of OpenSesame and Python are independent of each other. Also, OpenSesame comes with its own Python inte…
  • For some reason some attachments got lost in a recent update to the forum. But here it is again, an improved version of multiple-character input for OSWeb! https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/622/LV2SE8AZL5Q0.osexp
  • Hi Gérard, If you only hear a click when playing sound files, this generally indicates that the format of the sound file is different from what OpenSesame expects. (Although I'm not sure why this would happen on some systems and not others.) Unlike …
  • Hi, Thanks for reporting this. We're aware that this happens sometimes, and it's pretty awful when it does. It's always due to a bug somewhere in the underlying libraries, and therefore really difficult to debug. As a workaround, you could try a dif…
  • https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/561/0XWVPKXDMJ5Q.osexp Neither did I, but here it is!
  • Hi Daniel, The experiment is too complex for me to understand. But to answer this question: I have to find a way to exclude these events from the pygame event bus then. You can control that with the pygame.event.set_blocked(), pygame.event.get_block…
  • Hi Mollie, I think I understand now. The main trick would be to add a repetition target (target_1 in my example) after every regular target. This is done in the 'randomise variables' part of the script. Then, you need to also add a matching stimulus…
  • Hi Gérard, Thanks for reporting this. This is a bug in the OpenScienceFramework extension, related to special characters in the file paths. The bug seems easily fixed, but it would be helpful if you can test it for us. Could you replace this file: C…
  • Hi Helio, It goes without saying that all of us in this big community owe you immense gratitude for your incessant work in making OpenSesame always better. Thank you! That's great to hear, thank you! I don't know how much of crowd there is for this …
  • I think you uploaded the wrong experiment ;-)
  • Hi, The Canvas object that you're passing to drawTarget() is called cnvs, not canvas. (The name canvas does exist, but it's a function that serves as an alias of Canvas, and right now only exists for backwards compatibility.) Bottom line: If you cal…
  • Hi Rebmel, I suspect that the image file is simply missing (so that it's not a Mac OS specific issue). Perhaps the files are not included in the file pool, so that you have copy them along with the experiment from one system to another? In that case…
  • Hi Mirko, Having only one row strikes me as unusual data format. But assuming that's really want to do, then the trick would be to: Make sure that all variables that you want to log have a unique name so that they end up in different columns, and; R…
  • Hi Mollie, I think I roughly understand what you're trying to do, but the devil is in the details. Could you first explain exactly how you select the stimuli at the moment? What are the constraints? In what sense are you counterbalancing things (as …
  • Hi GoSugar, You'll have to be much more specific! ? In what sense doesn't loop2 work as you would like it to? Uploading the script, or describing how you've set up the experiment, would also be helpful. Cheers, Sebastiaan