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    <small><small><font size="+2"><small><small>Hi,<br>
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              my issue is that our test environment has sometimes
              performance issues which slows down the test execution and
              increases the response times within the tested SWT application.<br>
              To mitigate this I added some check nodes to the szenarios
              to check the enabled status of a specific button to know
              when to continue.<br>
              <br>
              I now want to get better figures about the response times
              - so I want to log the effective waiting time for single
              Check nodes into the protocol.<br>
              <br>
              Can someone please point me to a way how I can achieve
              this in a simple and effective manner?<br>
              <br>
              I am somehow still a QFTest novize so I am happy to get an
              answer describing the steps in a certain detaillation.<br>
              <br>
              Thank you in advance<br>
              Ralf</small></small></font><br>
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