I have a new issue where all of my stimuli are displayed relative to an off-center origin – that is, instead of (0,0) being assigned to the center of the window/display, it’s assigned more in the bottom left corner of the window.
I’ve installed psychopy through pip/anaconda. I’ve installed all of the dependencies. (I also reinstalled all of anaconda to try to address this issue)
For example, when I run to the “hello_word.py” demo, the text is displayed off-center (bottom left hand corner). When I run the same script in the standalone psychopy, it displays as expected, with the origin at the center of the window.
Note that hello_world.py uses a new visual window (does not use prefs set in the monitor center), so it shouldn’t be an issue with my monitor prefs as defined in psychopy.
pprint vars() output for
msg1 (e.g. the displayed text) is the same for both the command-line (off-center) screen and the standalone (correctly-displayed) screen.
Any ideas why the screen origin would be off-center when run from the command line?
I am running:
Python 2.7.13 |Anaconda custom (x86_64)
OS 10.12.3 (Sierra)