Issues with Transferring PsychoPy Experiment to Pavlovia: Array Comparison and Stimulus Material

URL of experiment: Matvey/cat_learning_nameability/

Description of the problem:
We are currently facing some challenges while transferring our experiment from PsychoPy to Pavlovia. Our Python code was written with the intention of converting it accurately to JavaScript, including the comparison of two arrays in string format with feedback. However, when running the experiment in Pavlovia, the specific code segment we modified to work in Pavlovia does not function as intended. The arrays are being compared incorrectly, leading to unexpected results.

Furthermore, we have encountered an issue where the experiment is using outdated stimulus material, despite having already switched to newer material. We have ensured that only the latest samples are uploaded to Pavlovia, but the experiment still seems to partially utilize the old material.

If anyone has experienced similar problems during the transfer process and has successfully resolved them, we would greatly appreciate any advice or suggestions you can provide.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Best regards,

Hello Katia,

the second problem might simply be a cache problem. Your browser might still have the old stimulus material in its cache. Try to empty the cache.

No one will be able to help you with the first problem unless you provide more information. How do you compare the two arrays in PsychoPy and PsychoJS? Does it work offline (I assume yes)? What does not work offline? What are the unexpected results? What should the results look like?

Best wishes Jens