In webDOM 3, there is no more Status & Info section on the main webDOM window. That's all in it's own window now. The problem then arose "then how does a plugin tell a person information easily through echo?"
We took out some tricks from our magic bag and made a see-through, click-through window that shows the echoes needed. This same echo window is also used for telling the user things automatically like when autogathering is complete. Since it's semi-transparent, it takes up no desktop space and it's like it's not even there. You can even control this through File > Preferences in the main menu up top.
Straight output text...
Starts an IF block. condition1 can be either (true, false, exists, !exists, empty, or !empty) where !exists and !empty mean "doesn't exist" and "isn't empty".
condition2 is a condition specified by conditional operators (<<, >>, ==, !=, <=, >=,
If condition1 is set to empty, or exists, condition2 need only include a DOM element property or variable.
An example would be: "if:exists:dom.a.1" or "if:true:dom.a.1.innerhtml==foo" or even "if:false:foo
All if statements must come with a following endif statement.:true:wd.list.count