Trial Port display milliseconds are off


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Any Recommendations for a daisy chain for it? The trial must always have the other trial occur after it because a block I have uses that trial and another one show up randomly.


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The /branch attribute fits the bill.


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/ branch I have experienced trialduration complications when using this method. Like it would apply the trial duration from the last thing used to the duration of the next.


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/ branch I have experienced trialduration complications when using this method. Like it would apply the trial duration from the last thing used to the duration of the next.


I am not aware of any such issue and don't see why that would be. /branch has nothing to do with a given <trial>'s /trialduration. If you have any code showcasing that issue, please feel free to share it.


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I'll check back through my versions after fixing this current problem and send it to you if I still have it.


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Real quick. If I do a / branch [if() trial.whatever] is there a command for to say like

if(trial.whatever1.runs) trial.whatever2? <--- meaning if trial whatever1 ran then run trial whatever2

Or do I need to setup a count or a generic value that it will reference that will always make it run the next trial?


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A /branch need not be conditional. Suppose you have <trial a1> and <trial a2>. You always want a2 to follow a1:


<trial a1>
[...]
/ branch = [trial.a2]
</trial>



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