URL of experiment: EasyEyes Experiment
Description of the problem:
I’m using PsychoJS through EasyEyes, but I don’t think that matters. When I use the “View code” button to look at the “data” folder in the Pavlovia repo of my experiment, the headings seem great, but the content doesn’t match the headings and the file name is cut off, hiding the (crucial) file extension: csv vs log.gz. I’m attaching a screen shot.
The “Name” column does show filenames, but they are abbreviated to fit. The “Last commit” column, instead of showing a date, shows the filename AGAIN, which is useless. My complaint is that I need to see the WHOLE filename because I want to see which are csv and which are log.gz. (Yes, I can hover over each filename to see a pop up of each, but that’s awkward.) How about dropping the useless “Last commit” column and giving us a double-wide “Name” column?