I’ve been coding my experiment on a PC, but will run it on subjects in a MAC.
There’s one issue that has been troubling me, and I’m wondering if there is a quick fix.
In my experiment, there is a training phase where subjects are presented with a stimulus, and when they respond, more events are added to the screen to provide feedback.
So basically there a picture on the screen with the possible correct answers under it. Then on the bottom of the screen are instructions of what keys to push to respond. Then, after they respond, new events are added to provide feedback, which essentially put brackets around the correct answer. At this point, I add instructions to push any key to continue, which presents the next trial.
Here’s the issue:
Before they respond on the bottom of the screen is the instructions indicating what keys to push. After they respond, a new event is added over the instructions telling them to push any key to continue.
In the PC version, the text event must have a white background, because the new event “push any key to continue” covers up the “use XXXX keys to respond”. However, when I run it on the Mac, the text event must have a clear background, because both events are now visible overlaying each other making it impossible to read what is being said. Any suggestions?