Waits for the given number of seconds and then executes the command. This is done without hindering normal operation of the client. Any number of timers can be set at once, and all will activate at the appropriate time. timer with arguments will list pending timers. timer -refnum <num> will assign a specific number to that action allowing you to delete it later if necessary with timer -delete <num> If no refnum is specified, one is automatically assigned. Example: /timer 5.3 echo test Echoes "test" after 5.3 seconds. Notice about escaping: If you want multiple commands in your timer, you must separate them with semicolon (;). In script, that would be: timer 5 echo test1\;echo test2 This is the same as with /on, /alias and all other commands that take a command parameter.
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