Auto-Comment a Photo URL to any user from your list. Uses the "Post Comment" link and posts on the full comment page. Asks for a Photo URL first time.
Makes the scripting engine wait until the next page finishes loading before carrying out the next command.
Clicks a DOM element specified by element.
Changes the focus to a DOM element specified by element.
Uses the actual keyboard input to type the text specified by string. Notice, this will make it so that webDOM has to be maximized when in use. It is advised not to use this command unless you are not using your computer at the same time webDOM is running.
Forces webDOM to move on to the next user ID in the loaded list without waiting for the next page to load.
Sets the variable specified variable-name to expression on a global scope. Expression can be any concatenated string, literal text, or Mathematical expression, and can include other variables, DOM elements, or webDOM settings. Any script or page action script can access a global as long as webDOM is still running.
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.
Starts an Else Clause which specifies any othe condition contrary to the if statement in the same block.
Ends an If block. All endif statements must come with an If statement before it.
Will prompt the user for an input with description and store the information into the global-variable named. i.e: input:file:What file would you like to store to?
Clips text to the windows clipboard. The expression can be any dynamic webDOMinator expression.
Scrolls the element specified into view. This works well for use with the "snapshot" command.
Sets the variable specified variable-name to expression on a shared scope. Expression can be any concatenated string, literal text, or Mathematical expression, and can include other variables, DOM elements, or webDOM settings. Any current or future instance of webDOM running on your computer will have access to this variable. Note: Do not store valuable information here as variable values are not encrypted and will be written to your hard drive.
Makes the browser navigate the URL specified, but this does not wait until the navigated page is loaded before continuing to the next line of script.
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