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[REVIEW]: ElGateau: A Library for Using the Elgato Stream Deck for Experimental Psychology Research #1070
Submitting author: @cMadan (Christopher R Madan)
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Hi all, I have now completed the review. The library works as described in the documentation and I experienced no problems during all parts of testing. @cMadan, it might be a good idea to add 'Ubuntu 18.10 (Linux)' to the 'tested on..' statement in the README.md file, since this was the operating system that I tested the library on. Thanks all.
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