I’m presenting my task on a SurfacePro tablet, participants have to select one of two images. As others have reported, I had problems with the touchscreen needing to swipe rather than tap, and so have used if stimulus.contains
for stimulus in [R, L]: if stimulus.contains(TrialResp): if stimulus.image == CorrectAnswer: thisExp.addData('correct', 1) continueRoutine = False else: thisExp.addData('correct', 0) continueRoutine = False
to solve that problem. However that meant my stimuli were running through too fast to be presented with the same image always being selected, so I inserted a mouse reset
routine within the loop. It now runs for a random number of trials allowing the user to click responses, before it reverts to just scrolling through at high speed and then moving onto the next part of the experiment. It’s still data logging all 11 trials so it is running them, just not showing them. I’m unclear why it works for some trials, reseting the mouse to a neutral position before each trial, and then randomly stops the mouse reset! Sometimes it does manage all 11, but there’s difference in what I did when running it.
Many thanks in advance