TIME=$(zenity --entry --title="Timer" --text="Enter a duration for the timer.\n\n Use 2s for 2 seconds, 2m for 2 minutes, or 2h for 2 hours."); sleep $TIME; zenity --info --title="Timer Complete" --text="Timer ended. \n$TIME went by. \nTime now: $(date | cut -d" " -f5)"
"Moby Thesaurus words for bash:
bang, bat, batter, beat, beating, belt, biff, blow, blowout, bonk, bruise, buffet, bung, bung up, chop, clap, clip, clobber, clout, clump, coldcock, contuse, crack, cut, dash, deal, deal a blow, ..."
I'm starting to get the #bash thing. Not funny.
Now I can tell you that #typescript is the default #name of the #file created by the command "string" in order to store the #record of a #bash #session.
P.S.: I don't use ms' typescript, but if I did I would carefully check if the thing does not have some shenanigan to record the code you write on a file and send it to ms. Just in case... 😎
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