a new window, e.g. Window.open("http://test.com/test/
Test.html#TestPlace:testPlaceToken", "_blank", ""). This works fine,
but we are wondering if there is anyway to suppress the place name and
token (#TestPlace:testPlaceToken) in the browser address textbox. I'm
guessing not, but hope I'm wrong. Does anyone know whether this is
possible? (Our motivation for wanting this is that parts of the place
token we'd prefer to hide from users.)
Another thing we'd like to know how to do is customize the place name.
By default, the name is the same as the Place class name, but the MVP
docs indicate that the default can be overridden. I haven't been able
to discover how to do this. Does anyone know?
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