I keep getting a 403 Forbidden error when I try and pilot or run my experiment, I have tried changing it to inactive and even creating a new experiment but neither seem to work. Has anyone else had this issue?
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Do any of the specifics of these posts resonate with you? Have you tried these solutions? I haven’t put a solution in my crib sheet yet because I’m not sure of the range of causes.
Description of the problem: Actually I’ve solved the problem, but I wanted to report my solution here in the hope of saving someone else the confusion I experienced.
I created a very basic experiment in PsychoPy builder, and was planning to edit the js code directly to include slightly more complex features (e.g., randomisation of lottery outcomes, conditions, storing and reporting of cumulative lottery winnings across the experiment). However, even the very basic version was giving a “403 forb…
It looks like your experiments is in a directory called list1 inside a directory called test1.
PsychoPy/Pavlovia assume that there is one experiment per directory.
Your test1 repository currently contains all manners of document, together with a desktop.ini and a ixplorer.exe.
I would encourage you to delete that experiment and try again in the manner I recommended.
Does that make sense?
I think it is still relevant to post here.
I initially received a 403 Forbidden error when attempting to pilot my newly created project.
To fix this I did as in 403 forbidden error when piloting basic experiment---solved. This resulted in an error (see image) that is very similar to the one discussed earlier in this thread.
All and all what I did
Project cleanup (delete .git / html / and any files generated previously by PsychoPy Builder):
– only my resource files (images…
I think I got everything to work again. For anyone who tries to uninstall and reinstall psychopy without traces of previous settings, windows has a hidden file called appdata in the C: user drive with a psychopy file in the roaming folder (Appdata>Roaming>pschopy3). Once I deleted it and reinstalled psychopy, all previously logged in usernames for pavlovia disappear. When I created a new project, exported the html and synced a second time, everything seemed to work.
Could you tell me what is the path of your experiment?
It does not appear that you have any experiment on pavlovia, as a matter of fact.
But perhaps you deleted it?