The version of Leopard that I’m now working on just became smarter due to the addition of conditional statements. This means that the traditional if-then-else commands can be used, which will allow for the creation of intelligent programs. In addition, a timer has also been added to the language.
This next release of Leopard is going to feel more like a programming language than any other version of the tool that’s come out before, but you can trust me when I say that this is a good thing, and the ease of use will still be exactly the same. If you don’t want to use the more advanced features, then you certainly don’t have to.