OS : Win10
PsychoPy version : Standalone PsychoPy 2021.1.4 for 64bit Windows (using Python3.6)
Standard Standalone?: yes
What are you trying to achieve?:
The task features multiple bars which the subject can activate and deactivate on click; the bars are laid out in many different orientations.
The offline version works perfectly; however, in the online version, while the bar is correctly displayed as rotated, the relative clickable area does not rotate accordingly: e.g.: setting the rotation to 45° or 90°, the bar is displayed correctly at a 45° or 90° angle, while I can tell that the valid clickable area remains invariably the area of the unrotated bar.
See the visualization below: I have highlighted the valid click areas for two bars; the clickable area for the diagonal bar (in blue) does not follow the rotation set for the polygon.
What did you try to make it work?:
I had initially built the bars as copies of a single png image. I was certain I could avoid the issue by using polygons instead, but the problem occurs even with polygons, i.e. narrow rectangles. As a result, I cannot have correctly matching clickable areas when the bars are rotated.
Am I missing something really stupid? I hope I made my issue clear.