Timer on Mac


Timer on Mac

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When using the clock in "timer" mode on a Mac, the display does not change (i.e. it does not count down).  In my 90-second example, it stays frozen at 01:30.  I have pared down my existing script (attached) for replication purposes.  Can anyone confirm this as a bug?


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Are you using the latest Inquisit version (4.0.4.0 at the time of writing)?


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I was using 4.0.3.0.  Upgrading to 4.0.4.0 appears to have fixed the problem.  Thank you!


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Splendid!


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