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A simple command-line application for Windows to flash a command window, letting you know when a script finishes. A common place to use this at the end of a batch file.
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ConsoleFlash

A simple Windows command-line app to flash the console window, letting you know when a script finishes.

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Examples

Test it out in the command line:

> sleep 3s && flash

A more practical place is at the end of a lengthy .bat file where you'd like to see the output when it finishes:

@ECHO OFF

initial-setup-code
some-really-long-executable

flash
pause

Usage

flash [options]

Options

/d decimal          The number of seconds to wait before beginning to flash (default: 0)
/c integer          The number of times to flash the window before keeping it inverted, with zero indicating do not stop (default: 3)
/r decimal          The flash rate in seconds, with zero indicating use the system default (default: 0)
/?, /h              Shows this help message
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