The experiment clearly looks like someone’s homework.
The block “Cue” is not linked to the trial “Cue”, so only the first “Instructions” block is being presented.
The event “Cue” is set to not erase the screen, so it comes on top of the instructions and it’s hard to tell that it’s there.
All five events that are linked to the trial “Cue” are set to end immediately, so SuperLab doesn’t wait to collect a response.
But more importantly, this experiment lends itself totally to using stimulus lists, but that feature is not being used. I highly recommend that your students reconsider re-doing the experiment to use lists; they will actually save time.