Based on the example:/* Performance Timing */s.eVar9 =
s.getPreviousValue(s.pageName,'gpv_v9',''); //Record the previous page
name in the designated eVar of your choices.performanceTiming('list2')If
we don't use a list, should the call
I know there is a Refresh Project option, but a Refresh Panel would be a
useful addition. Sometimes when I change something in a panel, it
produces an error for that panel, i.e. it doesn't update. When I hit
Refresh Project, it pulls in the data, but it also updates panels that I
do not want updated since I haven't made any changes.
I'm trying to understand how to implement the performanceTiming plug-in
and it says a list variable is needed:"If you wish to utilize the asset
load time functionality within the plug-in, you must pass in the name of
the list variable to be used."What is the use case for using a list
variable with the performanceTiming? If I don't use a list variable,
then what information will I get?
When I export a PDF or CSV version of a saved Workspace project, it
would be nice to include the share URL. It would make it easier to view
the Workspace project if I or someone else sees something they'd like to
explore more in the PDF or CSV.