Description of the problem:
I made an experiment where I got a score on the picture with a builder.
After syncing the program to Pavlovia, the pilot was executed.
I checked the console.
window.onerror @ core-2020.2.js:1846
FATAL unknown | null
An error has appeared.
Tell me exactly what the problem is.
I have the same issue right now. Anyone have experience with this?
After going through all of my components, I was able to resolve this incredibly nondescript error.
The issue was that one of my text components’ text size was set to a decimal, when it needs to be >= 1 due to my experiment units being set to ‘pix.’ Perhaps the error you’re experiencing is something similar, @EunHei ?
Same issue here. It’s frustrating because the error doesn’t tell you anything (i.e me, someone with 0 coding experience). I suppose the error has to do with the experiment settings then?
I am even getting this error when I only try to present the welcome and end screen (everything else in a loop with 0 reps), both of which always used to work just fine. I checked all of my text components.
if anyone would like to help, here’s the link: Pavlovia
Ok i actually managed to fix my issue by debugging locally (which provides you with more detailed information when errors occur). In my case, I made a silly copy/paste error where i didn’t change the copied code properly
I too have been stumbling my way through this sort of thing. I currently have a problem where my version of chrome won’t run my experiment (and returns the unspecified error) but it will run on a different machine. I’m intrigued to try debugging locally to try and see if I can fix my issue - can you give me a brief pointer as to how you debug locally?
Well what I meant is that I just run the experiment in builder. So not via pavlovia, but on your own machine. Not sure if that would fix your issue, but it’s worth a shot! Best of luck!
The other thing that may cause this error (as I have just discovered) is having the wrong version listed in experiment settings. I hope this helps!
To clarify: when I want to run the experiment locally, I must select 2.10 as the version. When I want to run it online, 3.24 is required. It took me some time to figure this out, and it drove me mad!
The crib sheet has been an experiment saver yet again. I was having issues across different browsers and your suggestion worked!