OS (e.g. Win10): Windows 10
PsychoPy version (e.g. 1.84.x): 1.84.2
Standard Standalone? Yes
I am running an experiment in a 2-in-1 windows 10 laptop that separates and becomes a tablet. I am wanting my participants to complete the experiment on the tablet. However, while my experiment runs fine using a normal mouse, when in tablet mode PsychoPy does not seem to respond as expected to screen presses as mouse clicks. The only way it seems to recognise presses is if I press down and swipe slightly. This causes problems for: (1) Moving from instructions to the presentation of stimuli and is particularly awkward for (2) trying to complete rating scale responses.
I have read similar discussion threads related to this topic - and the issues they describe seem to be very similar:
However, the solutions in those threads mainly focus on ‘buttons’ and do not really talk about how to apply this more generally or to the rating scale response. Also I am relatively new to psychopy - and completely new to any form of python coding - so have so far only created simple experiments using builder. So - while it might be a simple extension of the solutions in the above threads - I would really appreciate any more step-by-step (or newbie proof) guidance.