I am a beginner at SuperLab and I have a bit of a problem with the font color in my stimuli.
I want to do a version of the color flanking task, where the stimuli is the same word written three times on the screen and sometimes the three copies of the word should be the same color and sometimes they should be a different color. Each word should be visible for 500 ms but the interval between them should be random.
Quite simple I thought, but now I just can’t solve it.
If I write the words as a stimulus list it is very neat that SuperLab can show the words in a random order with a cue in between each word, but then it can only show one copy of the word at the time.
If I write each word as an event with text it shows three copies, but all must be the same color and I must have a fixed order of events to get a cue in between each word.
If I make images of each word in power point and then import it to SuperLab the letters get a lot of pixels and I must make each one an event (I think, or can I make lists of images?) and then I get the same problem as above.
Does anyone have a smart way of solving this?