I just checked that and my scripts created with psychopy 2 run perfectly. First, there shouldn’t be a problem running scripts created in psychopy 2 on the python 3 version right? timing etc. everything stays the same? I ask that because I don’t really know what’s new in the python 3 version, given that I always worked with the python 2 version…
Then, another question. I got now that I don’t need to put the “u” in front of the texts to display them written correctly. However, I created a script (with python as well) which analyses the .csv output of psychopy. Is there some way to make that the output of the text stimulus “lié” is truly “lié” in the csv output and not the word coded in unicode? Or do you may know what I need to do that my data analysis program written in python recognizes the stimulus as “lié”?
in my analysis script written in python, imagine the line (simplified, I’m just wondering what I need to write after the “==”):
if word == "lié": add data