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    I have two questions that are popping up for me in designing an experiment:

    1) Is there any way to have the up arrow and down arrow be the required keys to accept for a trial, rather than a letter or number?

    2) Despite centering my stimuli in html view, for some reason everything is appearing on screen off-centered, too far to the right. Any guess on what could cause this?



    Related to #2:

    In your example tutorials, you seem to have been able center your stimuli right in the middle of the browser. I can’t for the life of me figure out why it seems to work for yours, but mine, with the same javascript, places my stimuli and ‘+’ at the top of the screen like normal text.


    In your tutorial (multiple stimuli no-go), you were also able to get rid of the “Powered by Qualtrics” that shows up on mine. I see that the Look and Feel template is not “Plain Jane” for your tutorial – instead there is just a broken image icon instead. Is that what makes that possible somehow?


    Dear BMeagher,

    Wrt #1: key codes for arrow keys seem to depend on the browser that is used. At least, our engine does not allow to define them as allowable keys 🙁

    Wrt #2: Qualtrics seem to have removed the Plain Jane template. Would “Minimal” work instead? Otherwise, you can load the skeleton task and copy lists (via the library) to that survey.

    Hope that helps.

    Best, Henk

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