- secs is the number of seconds you want to delay further action.
This function will initiate a countdown from secs seconds to 0, during which time nothing else will be acted on. It essentially pauses a script. In addition, a countdown prints to the CLI at varying intervals (every 15 secs for large numbers, 5 seconds for smaller numbers and every second from 5 seconds down).
Minimum wait is 1 second, even if secs is 0.
The following example will give a 5 second countdown before running dj's EatDrink script, if you have it.
print("Running the EatDrink script in..."); wait(5); if (svn_exists("therazekolmafia-eatdrink")) cli_execute("EatDrink.ash"); else print("You currently do not have EatDrink script, check the forums for it!", "blue");
The CLI command "wait" functions the same and can be used to pause basic .txt scripts.