Ok so this one is a bit hard to describe:
I am building a sandbox environment to experiment with completion URL passing.
For my actual study I have 4 different studies that I need to present in a Latin square design.
But rather than messing up the existing experiments, I wanted to create 4 variants of an extremely simple thing and see whether I can get the completion URL dependant open expInfo[“Group”] to work.
So I created a simple experiment that just shows the letter A and then ends
I then saved the same experiment again in a separate folder under a different name, and changed the text it shows to B
You see where this is going -=-= I have versions A, B, C, D of this very simple thing.
Then I added the JS code to the A experiment and synched it to Pavlovia.
When I tried creating projects for B C & D, I ran into all sorts of problems.
I have been banging my head against this all day – with the repository on GitHub not having any entries, GitHub complaining about the local root, etc.
So here is what I currently have:
A folder structure where there are 4 folders (entitled A, B, C, D) inside a parent folder (called URL_redirect Sandbox).
Inside each of the respective folders lives the corresponding .psyexp file (e.g. A.psyexp, B.psyexp, etc).
I then have deleted all the local html folders, and also removed all the associated projects on Pavlocoa. I then created a new project for A
This seemed to have worked for A
But as soon as I try to move to B, it automatically lists it as A on Pavlovia.
I can create a new project on Pavlovia, but when I want to change the local root to the B folder, it complains that the folder is inside a folder and that GitHub does not allow that.
Where am I going wrong and what is the process to set this up?