Macro question

Hi there,

I’m looking at the Superlab experiment that demonstrates how to create macros. (In the experiment participants respond to 2 stimulus lists: one contains words, the other contains nonwords). If the participant presses ‘y’, indicating then it is a word, then this is coded as Yes; if they press’n’ for no, then this is ocded as no.
Clearly in this experiment y and n are the only important keys. How do you prevent Superlab from reading other keypresses, which it appears to do ?

Unfortunately, there is no way at present to do this.

This is now possible with our new release of SuperLab 5. Below is an image that shows how this is implemented within the Participant Input editor.