Good evening, still Laurene asking for help.
I have 5 computers: 1 mac with a license, 4 windows computers with RunTime.
My SuperLab5 experiment stimuli are stored in different folders. When I transfer the experiment to the computers with the RunTime, the path to the stimuli was lost (see attached file)
I’ve tried the 3 solutions listed on the forum, none of them works:
"1) Internally, SuperLab stores the location of the stimuli in two different formats: relative and absolute, with relative given priority (I think). Prior to copying everything over to your laptop, copy your .sl4 file into the same folder as your stimuli. Launch the experiment from there. It should automatically find all of the stimuli without having to ask (the absolute path still works). Then copy this entire folder over to your laptop. When you reopen the .sl4 file within this experiment, it should automatically find all of your stimuli without asking (the relative path still works).
In the file menu, there is an option to create an experiment package. This will take your experiment file and all of your stimuli and zip them into one big zip file. I haven’t personally tested this with stimuli on different volumes under Windows, so I don’t know what the behavior will be. I hope the person that implemented it did test it.
You could also just ignore both of the above methods and copy everything over to the laptop. When the SuperLab can’t find the stimuli, it will open up a dialog asking you to find them. Select one and tell SuperLab where it is. All the others are in the same folder, so SuperLab will immediately find them as well. You’re done!"
About#3: This is not a feasible solution, I cannot save the path on the computers with RunTime license