Discrepancy between the online eye-tracker element documentation and Inquisit functionality


Discrepancy between the online eye-tracker element documentation and...

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The Millisecond documentation for the Inquisit 5 eyetracker element  ( https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v5/html/language/elements/eyetrackertobii.htm ) lists functionality that doesn't seem to be recognized by the plug-in. For example 'calibrationmode' is not a recognized attribute. When checking the in-program documentation for Inquisit 5, that attribute also seems to be missing. Could our version of the eyetracking plugin be out of date, i.e. are there multiple versions of the eye-tracking plug-in for Inquisit 5? Is there an alternate ot he 'calibrationmode' attribute that will work for us?

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amomen425 - Monday, March 11, 2019
The Millisecond documentation for the Inquisit 5 eyetracker element  ( https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v5/html/language/elements/eyetrackertobii.htm ) lists functionality that doesn't seem to be recognized by the plug-in. For example 'calibrationmode' is not a recognized attribute. When checking the in-program documentation for Inquisit 5, that attribute also seems to be missing. Could our version of the eyetracking plugin be out of date, i.e. are there multiple versions of the eye-tracking plug-in for Inquisit 5? Is there an alternate ot he 'calibrationmode' attribute that will work for us?

The most recent plugin is always included in the most recent Inquisit Lab version available via https://www.millisecond.com/download/ . As far as I know, the current release (5.0.14.0) should recognize the /calibrationmode attribute for the Tobii plugin.

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Dave - Monday, March 11, 2019
amomen425 - Monday, March 11, 2019
The Millisecond documentation for the Inquisit 5 eyetracker element  ( https://www.millisecond.com/support/docs/v5/html/language/elements/eyetrackertobii.htm ) lists functionality that doesn't seem to be recognized by the plug-in. For example 'calibrationmode' is not a recognized attribute. When checking the in-program documentation for Inquisit 5, that attribute also seems to be missing. Could our version of the eyetracking plugin be out of date, i.e. are there multiple versions of the eye-tracking plug-in for Inquisit 5? Is there an alternate ot he 'calibrationmode' attribute that will work for us?

The most recent plugin is always included in the most recent Inquisit Lab version available via https://www.millisecond.com/download/ . As far as I know, the current release (5.0.14.0) should recognize the /calibrationmode attribute for the Tobii plugin.

Thanks Dave! We had to update our version of Inquisit. It works now.
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