Adding borders to images?


Adding borders to images?

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Hello,
I am working on modifying the Approach Avoidance script to instruct participants to pull/push in response to different colored borders around the images, rather than if the images are landscape or portrait, as the script currently is. I have not been able to find a way to add colored borders yet however - I would be appreciative if someone could please let me know if this something Inquisit 5 is able to do, or would it be best for me to add borders in a separate photo editing software?

Thank you!!
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inquisituser22 - 6/13/2019
Hello,
I am working on modifying the Approach Avoidance script to instruct participants to pull/push in response to different colored borders around the images, rather than if the images are landscape or portrait, as the script currently is. I have not been able to find a way to add colored borders yet however - I would be appreciative if someone could please let me know if this something Inquisit 5 is able to do, or would it be best for me to add borders in a separate photo editing software?

Thank you!!

The way to create borders would be to put a colored <shape> or other <picture> element under the stimulus image that's slightly larger than the stimulus image. Then scale that <picture> or <shape> along with the stimulus image in the zoom-in and zoom-out trials. Alternatively, use your preferred image editing software to simply create colored borders in the original stimulus images.

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Dave - 6/13/2019
inquisituser22 - 6/13/2019
Hello,
I am working on modifying the Approach Avoidance script to instruct participants to pull/push in response to different colored borders around the images, rather than if the images are landscape or portrait, as the script currently is. I have not been able to find a way to add colored borders yet however - I would be appreciative if someone could please let me know if this something Inquisit 5 is able to do, or would it be best for me to add borders in a separate photo editing software?

Thank you!!

The way to create borders would be to put a colored <shape> or other <picture> element under the stimulus image that's slightly larger than the stimulus image. Then scale that <picture> or <shape> along with the stimulus image in the zoom-in and zoom-out trials. Alternatively, use your preferred image editing software to simply create colored borders in the original stimulus images.

I'm attaching a simple example to illustrate the idea below; this implements borders during the practice blocks via a <picture> element (<picture practiceborder>Wink displaying differently colored images underneath the target image.

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aat_mouseinput_borders.iqx (3 views, 34.00 KB)
border_red_l.jpg (6 views, 12.00 KB)
border_blue_p.jpg (5 views, 7.00 KB)
grayrectangle_l.jpg (5 views, 12.00 KB)
grayrectangle_p.jpg (5 views, 7.00 KB)
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Thank you so very much for these directions and especially for the example!! I am very thankful!


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