Added that feature for leaderboards ("Fetch"). Basically you call fetch, it stores the data in an expression, so use the fetch completed condition and another condition that is a loop from 0 to Clayio.LeaderboardScoreCount. Then with that, you can use the expressions Clayio.LeaderboardScore and Clayio.LeaderboardName passing loopindex as the parameter, so: Clayio.LeaderboardScore(loopindex)
Hope that makes sense, if not, the docs on it are here
Right now it caches the list of available stats for a day which is my guess why they didn't show up. I need to find a better way to do that, but I cleared it for you (so it'll show up now)
Changed "Plays" to be "Views" to be more clear.
Thanks for all the feedback!austin2012-07-19 10:33:36