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When we used MacShapa we always used Quickeys to speed up the coding, one click to create a new cell, enter onset, and the code. Does anyone use that with Datavyu?

asked 01 Dec '14, 12:34

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For Datavyu, the Controller matches up to your numeric keypad. The "0" button sets the previous cell's offset and creates a new cell with an onset 1 ms after. The "Enter" button creates a new cell and sets its onset.

There is no button that can create a cell, enter an onset, and enter the desired value for a code all at once.

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answered 01 Dec '14, 17:08

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