How to hide script from participants


How to hide script from participants

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Hi,

I'm worried that having the normal run screen for inquisit (with the script and the tool bar at the top with the start button) may be too revealing for my participants. Is there any way to have it so that participants can only view the start button or something of the sort that hides the script from them?

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If you start a script directly from your file manager (e.g by double-clicking it in Windows Explorer), participants will never see its contents.

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What about on a Mac computer?
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Same thing as far as I am aware.

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It still pops up with the standard script editing window.
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Then the best option is to launch the script directly via your terminal / command line:

https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v4/html/howto/howtocommandline.htm

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