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Hello Dave,

I would like to allow participants to abort the experiment pressing Esc from the keyboard (once they have given their consent). The experiment is a batch of files where it's required to respond with the mouse. 
I would prefer to not introduce an on screen button as I would not like to encourage participants to abort the experiment if it make sense. Is this possible?

Here's the link of the experiment
 https://mili2nd.co/eszb


Thank you



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tecnika - 5/4/2021
Hello Dave,

I would like to allow participants to abort the experiment pressing Esc from the keyboard (once they have given their consent). The experiment is a batch of files where it's required to respond with the mouse. 
I would prefer to not introduce an on screen button as I would not like to encourage participants to abort the experiment if it make sense. Is this possible?

Here's the link of the experiment
 https://mili2nd.co/eszb


Thank you



It would be possible to implement under Inquisit 6, but not under Inquisit 5.
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tecnika - 5/4/2021
Hello Dave,

I would like to allow participants to abort the experiment pressing Esc from the keyboard (once they have given their consent). The experiment is a batch of files where it's required to respond with the mouse. 
I would prefer to not introduce an on screen button as I would not like to encourage participants to abort the experiment if it make sense. Is this possible?

Here's the link of the experiment
 https://mili2nd.co/eszb


Thank you



It would be possible to implement under Inquisit 6, but not under Inquisit 5.

Good to know. Thank you Dav
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