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- 21/04/2015 at 15:11 #2881Sho OtsukaParticipant
I can’t control the Tobii Studio with the Sendkeys Class of C#.
But I’ve checked it works correctly by using notepad.exe when Tobii
Studio isn’t running.
How can I do that?
Thanks.30/04/2015 at 16:14 #2924jesper högströmParticipant
What are you trying to accomplish and how does your code look like? There are places in Tobii Studio that grabs keypresses on a very low level, notably during recordings. I can’t say for sure that the SendKeys class act on that level. However, it somewhat depends on what you are doing. Tobii Studio does in general respond well to external applications manipulating it via faking user interaction. We have a lot of test suites that do exactly that, though we use a third party framework.
–Jesper29/06/2015 at 17:07 #3177Ronica BennettParticipant
I’m using Tobii Studio as well but its having a hard time working with my stimulus delivery software (Presentation). I know that there was an extension for the earlier version of Presentation but I can’t seem to find one for the latest version. Tobii is refusing to replay my data from Presentation, even though I can see all the gaze data. Any advice?
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