To continue my thread (I hope this is not getting confusing as I’m not responding to your latest post), I have v2020.1.3 installed and I’ve been selecting different versions of PsychoPy using the ‘Use PsychoPy version’ dropdown menu in Experiment Settings.
The display comes out as you want (multiple lines of text in a single question left-aligned, and different questions also left-aligned with each other) when I select ‘latest’ as the version. Also when I select ‘v3.2.4’ as the version. But if I select ‘v2020.1.3’ as the version, the display is not right (multiple lines of text in a single question left-aligned, but different questions are sometimes not left-aligned with each other). I’m not sure why ‘latest’ comes out different from v2020.1.3, as v2020.1.3 is the latest version for download on the website, but if it works that’s the main thing. So, my provisional solution is to have v2020.1.3 installed, but to set Experiment Settings to run the ‘latest’ version.
To get my demo program working, the Python code should be;
text3.alignText = ‘left’
text5.alignText = ‘left’
The ‘align’ values for the other text components can be left unspecified, thereby leaving them at their default settings. They don’t need to be set to ‘left’ as these text components don’t contain multiline text.