This article applies to:
E-Prime Go 1.0
During runtime SlideButtons on the lower right corner of the screen may not respond to touch input.
When running an experiment that utilizes buttons on a tablet using Windows 10, the buttons may not respond to touch input. This behavior has been observed whenever the "Fix apps that are blurry" notification appears. This notification is Windows attempt to fix an application that it thinks is displaying incorrectly.
You may use one or both of the methods below:
If this notification appears after a test session where buttons do not work, select the option to not fix the applications and to not prompt.
Additionally, this notification can be turned off by performing the following:
- Open Settings.
- Open System Settings.
- Navigate to Display Settings.
- Click Advanced scaling settings.
- Turn off the "Let Windows try to fix apps so they're not blurry" option.
Enable Focus Assist by performing the following:
- Select the Action Center icon.
- Select Focus assist and set it to Alarms Only.
For more information, see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026996/windows-10-turn-focus-assist-on-or-off.
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