I strongly suggest that you add conditional statements into IMacros.The iMacros language itself is designed as a descriptive language (similar to HTML) and does not contain conditional statements. We did not add such statements as we do not think that our customers should have to attend week-long seminars just to learn yet another proprietary scripting or programming language.
Because they are not here, the exact opposite of what you described happens - I now have to go out and spend weeks, learning 3rd party programming languages.
The whole point of the IMacros is that you don't have to be a programmer to record some simple automation.
I am able to do simple macros but I'm not a programmer which means as soon as I need to add the simplest condition statement I'm 100% out of luck.
Now I need to spend time and money to find someone else to write a few lines that would not be necessary if the most basic commands where supported by IMarcos itself.
I'm pretty sure that majority of IMacros users would LOVE the most basic statements built into IMacros.
Everyone, please answer the POLL to back up my request or post a reply how you get around conditional statements problems.