The key here is that you’re wanting to print
Actually, if you’re doing this in the PsychoPy coder and it’s output panel then “no”, there’s some weird disconnect there that I can’t work out. You can read/write unicode to/from files but printing it to the output panel doesn’t work.
So the workaround is to print to a file instead.
(The reason I say this is weird is that python/psychopy can certainly
print unicode to a regular terminal view, and the app is capable of writing unicode to the output view (e.g. we can add unicode to the welcome message) but somehow coming from a print statement and sending to the output window isn’t a combination that works!)