This one will not work, you dont have any timer named like that:


Or do you run timers in other scripts that dont show in your code?

But you have a timer named countdown in you code:


To get the timers name use: /timers

I also noticed you using the line

/timer1 0 %var msg $chan Text

You dont need / in the remote code, to hide a timer, use . infront of the timer as you did in the first timer you start

.timercountdown 1 $2 msg $chan Text

if ($me != tired) { return } | else { echo -a Get a pot of coffee now $+($me,.) }