(A) Average posterior probability of a correct classification of target location, across time, separately for ‘Seen–Correct’ and ‘Unseen–Correct’ trials, for classifiers trained on EOG channels only. Eye-based decoding is much lower than with the full set of sensors and, crucially, does not differentiate seen and unseen trials. Classification rose above chance 256 ms post stimuli and went back to chance 1000 ms post stimuli. Importantly, within this time frame, classification for ‘Seen–Correct’ (0.135 ± 0.001) and ‘Unseen–Correct’ (0.134 ± 0.001) did not differ t(11) < 1. (B) Average posterior probability of a correct classification of the manual response on target-absent trials, across time. Classifiers were trained on target's location in valid trials and tested on responses in absent trials. A flat curve indicates that target location decoding reported in the results section did not rely on motor preparation and execution information.