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  1. Hi Zeke. I think I might be able to help you...

    Hi Zeke. I think I might be able to help you here, but I want to make sure I understand your design fully first. Do you want to have the images presented sequentially, with each appearing for it's...
  2. Hi yepapey. That does sound frustrating. What...

    Hi yepapey. That does sound frustrating. What versions of MediaLab and DirectRT are you using? Some of the older versions have known conflicts with Windows 7. Given that you mention that the DirectRT...
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    Hi tamar. Am I understanding correctly that you...

    Hi tamar. Am I understanding correctly that you have a variable in your SPSS data file named "v0009" that hasn't been present before? If this is the case, it's likely that SPSS believes that a new,...
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    Hi jmucards. That sound very frustrating. Does...

    Hi jmucards. That sound very frustrating. Does your session always end at the same slide, or does it end after a different number of slides each time? It it's always ending at the same slide, you...
  5. Hi Luigi. I think you should be able to measure...

    Hi Luigi. I think you should be able to measure the key press time as you wish by using Key Release RTs. This method in DirectRT is actually designed for paradigms in which a participant is supposed...
  6. Hi djjohnson. I'm not sure why DirectRT won't...

    Hi djjohnson. I'm not sure why DirectRT won't open via MediaLab in Windows 7, but I can suggest one thing that may or may not work but is easy enough to be worth trying. Are you familiar with running...
  7. Hi astrivers and mknowles. I'm not sure why...

    Hi astrivers and mknowles. I'm not sure why you're having that problem, but I think I can help you out. This might not be the most elegant solution, but I think you can use a custom item to...
  8. Laptop Purchasing Help

    Hi beinbean. As User2000 said, pretty much any modern laptop should be able to run a priming experiment via DirectRT just fine. If you're not tied to a university purchase agreement regarding where...
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    Hi Andrew. The best method I've found is to...

    Hi Andrew. The best method I've found is to insert an instruction item at the end of my study that requires a password (using the x attribute). Then you can just have it say whatever you'd like to...
  10. Hi JTZ. I'm not sure about the notches, but I...

    Hi JTZ. I'm not sure about the notches, but I think I can help you with hiding the input value. I've attached a modified slider that hides the value from the user. I added the attribute hidden =...
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    Hi endrew. I think the best way to do what you...

    Hi endrew. I think the best way to do what you want would be to use skip logic. Basically, have the first item in your experiment ask for the participants age. You can set this up using a...
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    Hi Albert. I don't think it's possible to impose...

    Hi Albert. I don't think it's possible to impose a word limit, but you can use html and a custom item to impose a character limit. I've attached a snippet of code that will do just this. If you open...
  13. Hi Angelistine. I think I can help with this. It...

    Hi Angelistine. I think I can help with this. It should be possible to achieve what you want using the "responses.xls" feature. Essentially, by placing an excel worksheet in the same folder as your...
  14. Hi kmorowsky. What's your goal in running from...

    Hi kmorowsky. What's your goal in running from the cloud? Are you hoping to have access to the resulting data remotely, or is that you wish to run the study on computers to which you'll have no...
  15. Hi sbsl. If you're running MediaLab v12, you can...

    Hi sbsl. If you're running MediaLab v12, you can go to "Preferences", "Edit Preferences", and then use the "Use Alternate Data Folder" option to specify where you'd like MediaLab to save your data....
  16. Hi Louise. If you're still having this problem,...

    Hi Louise. If you're still having this problem, would you mind posting your html code? One possibility that occurs to me is that the new skip feature you added might have been coded using a new...
  17. One approach that should work is the use the...

    One approach that should work is the use the width and height parameters on the image. When you apply these parameters without using the top and left parameters, the image will default to the top...
  18. Hi Andrew. You should be able to use the standard...

    Hi Andrew. You should be able to use the standard <> format to insert your calculated value into an Instructions item. Essentially, you'd want it to look something like this:

    Your favorite item...
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    Hi abarger. Are you by any chance using the...

    Hi abarger. Are you by any chance using the <audio> tag in your code to play the sound? If so, that could be the problem. The <audio> tag is new to html5, and although Chrome, FireFox, and IE9 all...
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    Hi MLHabrat. One approach you could try is to use...

    Hi MLHabrat. One approach you could try is to use MediaLab to present your input files. Rather than create one giant .csv file, you could create several smaller files. Then create a MediaLab...
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    Hi Avinash. If I understand your problem...

    Hi Avinash. If I understand your problem correctly, you want to display one stimulus on screen for a set period of time, then have that stimulus disappear, and then present the next stimulus when the...
  22. Hi gnik68. I've attached a slightly updated...

    Hi gnik68. I've attached a slightly updated version of your html. I've added one line of code at the top, <body onload="setTimeout ('document.forms[0].submit()', 600000)">. This will set your custom...
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