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  • Zen
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    Hisham, this is really helpful. I appreciate it.

    Min

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  • Hisham
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    Recording Pixel Position

    Hi Min,

    Yes, it is possible to record the pixel position of a mouse click.

    - From the Experiment menu, select Participant Input. A dialog (screen) appears.

    - If Mouse or Touch Screen is not selected yet, click on it to select it.

    - Click on the Data to Save tab.

    You'll see a checkbox labeled "The pixel position". By default, it is turned on.

    Also when I set up the stimuli, how do I find out the coordinates of the region of interest in the stimuli?
    You have two options: if you create fixed position responses in the Participant Input dialog and then you go to preview a visual stimulus from within the Event Editor, SuperLab will draw blue rectangles over the visual stimulus to show you where the response area is.

    The other option is to create a response where the position on the screen is "Automatically determined by the position of the visual stimulus". This is a neat new option in 4.0 that relieves you from making sure that the visual stimulus and response area overlap -- it's automatic.

    -- Hisham.

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  • Zen
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    coordinates of pixels

    Hi, I found that in the new superlab it's possible for the subjects to use mouse and click the spot they are supposed to make response. My question is: can the coordinates of the pixels they clicked be recorded? Also when I set up the stimuli, how do I find out the coordinates of the region of interest in the stimuli?

    Thanks a lot!

    Min
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