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NF: function allows user to change Y position of rating scale. #1776

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dvbridges commented Mar 22, 2018

The existing rating scale only allows the user to change the Y-location of the rating scale upon instantiation of the rating scale object. Thus, if y-positioning is to be changed throughout the experiment, the rating scale must be re-instantiated. This new feature allows the user to change the y-positioning of the rating scale at any point during the experiment without the need to re-instantiate a rating scale object.

NF: function allows user to change Y position of rating scale.
The existing rating scale only allows the user to change the Y-location of the rating scale upon instantiation of the rating scale object. Thus, if y-positioning is to be changed throughout the experiment, the rating scale must be re-instantiated. This new feature allows the user to change the y-positioning of the rating scale at any point during the experiment without the need to re-instantiate a rating scale object.
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Coverage decreased (-0.03%) to 51.735% when pulling 4b71573 on dvbridges:ratingScalePos into 7fad95a on psychopy:master.

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Coverage decreased (-0.03%) to 51.735% when pulling 4b71573 on dvbridges:ratingScalePos into 7fad95a on psychopy:master.

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Coverage decreased (-0.03%) to 51.735% when pulling 4b71573 on dvbridges:ratingScalePos into 7fad95a on psychopy:master.

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Coverage decreased (-0.03%) to 51.735% when pulling 4b71573 on dvbridges:ratingScalePos into 7fad95a on psychopy:master.

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Merging #1776 into master will decrease coverage by 0.02%.
The diff coverage is 5.26%.

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psychopy/visual/ratingscale.py 83.63% <5.26%> (-2.35%) ⬇️
psychopy/data/base.py 71.87% <0%> (-0.9%) ⬇️
psychopy/tools/wizard.py 74.01% <0%> (+0.21%) ⬆️

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@peircej peircej merged commit 993430c into psychopy:master Mar 22, 2018

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peircej commented Mar 22, 2018

This pull request introduces 2 alerts when merging 4b71573 into 7fad95a - view on lgtm.com

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