Is there a currently a reference of what units psychojs windows currently support? So far from briefly testing, it looks like norm and pix are in, deg and cm are out (which is a little surprisingly, because cm is a valid css unit size). Visual degree is my go-to unit for almost everything (since it’s isometric and scalable if you’re cheating by adjusting the distance), but some quick searching suggests that there really isn’t an easy js physical dimension or even dpi measure, so even an “arm’s length” assumed distance (in the past I’ve seen 28in) wouldn’t help.
I’m trying to get a basic TextStim to display, but using pix and norm on my laptop screen both are a bit fuzzy (far below the crispness of creating an image of text and displaying it when specifying an image with native pixel size). Are there any aliasing or rendering options I can play with to clean it up?
Finally, is there any method either in psychojs or pixi that allows for testing of whether an element, regardless of whether its hidden or shown, is actualy within the screen and viewable? Given all the selenium work and “scrolling into view” I’d think so, but don’t know whether that’s base js or something layered on top.