I have a small problem with the programming of two IATs - let's call them IAT1 and IAT2 - that will appear one after the other. I have created an "include" script which combines the two and the script is working just fine. But here's the thing - it's really a small problem, but it drives me nuts [8-)]:
Since I divided the participants into subgroups, the two IATs will run in different order depending on who is working on them. For participant #1, IAT1 will appear first, for participant #2, IAT2 will appear first and so on. At the end of the first IAT (whichever it is), the summary page will appear with the D-measure result. But as the participants are forwarded automatically to the second IAT, I would like to include the button "Click here to continue" that is also used on the introduction pages instead of the default spacebar command.
The "instruct" element would probably not work, because first of all, I can only define one and this one is included in the "include" script and furthermore, it would not work on the summary page since this is not identified as a "page". I have tried to play around with this option, but it didn't work out well.
So is there a way how I can replace the spacebar command with the "continue" button on summary pages? If there is no solution to this problem I can of course easily adjust the text of the summary page to "press spacebar to continue" but I think it would just look nicer to have the "continue" button just like it is on the introduction pages. Does any of you have an idea how to do this? I would be very thankful for helpful comments...
Thanks so much!