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Forum: SuperLab 4 Support July 27th, 2009
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From the crash report, it appears to have crashed in the library that loads the actual audio file. Would it be possible to post a sample audio file that causes the crash?
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support July 27th, 2009
Posted By Hank
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I have had issues getting Windows XP's built-in "compressed folders" feature to properly extract zip files. If you use just about *any* other program to decompress the file, you shouldn't be asked...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support June 24th, 2009
Posted By Hank
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That's my theory, yes.
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support June 22nd, 2009
Posted By Hank
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Okay, this took me a little while to figure out, but I've narrowed it down to a couple details that should help.

1) Tell SuperLab to load all stimuli before the experiment. The effectiveness of...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support June 19th, 2009
Posted By Hank
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It's difficult to tell for certain what's going wrong without seeing the experiment itself. Can you post the sl4 file? I shouldn't need the stimuli.
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support June 16th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 3
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The SuperLab text event does not support "rich text." However, the Mac will change the font of characters if your currently selected font does not support them. When running an experiment, SuperLab...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support May 5th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 6
Views: 4,110
Are you certain? You have it set up correctly. I plugged in my own sound files at my end, and it *was* randomized. I ran through it about a half-dozen times to make certain, and the order of the...
Forum: Experiments May 1st, 2009
Posted By Hank
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1) see following answers

2) What are you wanting to randomize? Some of the other things you're asking seem to imply that you want a specific set of three targets grouped with a specific prime. ...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support May 1st, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 6
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ohhhhh... the minus symbol. I even went through both lists multiple times and *thought* I was verifying every one of the characters. My mind skipped the "punctuation."

Everyone tries...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support May 1st, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 6
Views: 4,110
Actually, you're pretty close already.

1. Randomize the trials in the block. This won't randomize which two items get paired together. It will randomize the trials that get created as a process...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support May 1st, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 2
Views: 2,163
You're using stimulus lists, right?

If you have a stimulus list with twenty items, and it's attached to an event as the only event in a trial, then this will wind up spawning twenty *trials* each...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support April 28th, 2009
Posted By Hank
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If this is what I think it is, we've fixed the bug for the upcoming release of SuperLab 4.0.8. Can you post one of the audio files that exhibits this behavior? Also, are you running SuperLab under...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support April 8th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 2
Views: 3,184
Often, this is something along the lines of randomizing the events in a trial causing SuperLab to wait for an input that the experimenter is not expecting.

Even without randomizing events,...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support April 8th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 7
Views: 3,464
You could set up multiple events a single trial, but you'd also need a feedback on each event to tell it to skip the remaining events in the trial. (This is also one of the very very few cases where...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support April 8th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 1
Views: 2,149
Simply set the event to require a correct response, and set the keyboard input to be the correct response. Note that your data file could easily list multiple "incorrect" SV-1 responses as a result....
Forum: General March 24th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 7
Views: 6,465
I don't know if this is explicitly documented anywhere, but on some models, it's an important detail:

In addition to the delay between commands, the processor also needs a delay between bytes. ...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 23rd, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 4
Views: 2,756
I listed a sub-optimal workaround for you here (http://community.cedrus.com/showthread.php?t=438).
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 23rd, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 6
Views: 3,384
Correct. Randomizing the lists would do what you need, but SuperLab doesn't have this capability. The "randomize events" feature randomizes the order of the events as opposed to randomizing which...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 23rd, 2009
Posted By Hank
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Views: 2,681
Unfortunately, no, codes can't be assigned to trial variables.
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 20th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 1
Views: 1,864
That's correct. Modifier keys cannot be used as the response. However, most normal character keys can be used.
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 12th, 2009
Posted By Hank
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Views: 1,751
How are you telling the user which key represents which color?
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 12th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 8
Views: 4,845
I saw your question in my email inbox and was about to send you a link to this thread, actually. That's basically what the verbose log is, except that it doesn't spit out a file, and it does a LOT...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 10th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 6
Views: 3,384
The vast majority of the time, event randomization is not what you want. In fact, it's a feature that seems to have caused far more headaches than good since it's always misinterpreted as the way to...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 4th, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 3
Views: 2,803
Yes, this can be done.

The reason it's restarting for you is because you have it inside the trial that links to the stimulus list. Therefore, you have multiple copies of the same event linked to...
Forum: SuperLab 4 Support March 2nd, 2009
Posted By Hank
Replies: 4
Views: 4,114
First of all, 1GB of RAM isn't enough for any Intel Mac, but regardless, that wouldn't cause crashes or error messages to appear.

Second, the size of the image on disk has little bearing on how...
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