Essentially, I, being a very lazy guy with some programming skills, want to make my life so easy that all I would have to do to submit an overtime report is to walk up to the printer, pick up the already printed report, and give it to the manager. Sounds reasonable, right?
Are you burning overtime to make this happen?
Seriously, if you want something to run after some amount of inactivity, you may be in trouble. Let's say it runs after 10 minutes of inactivity. Does it print every time you go to the washroom? Talk on the phone?
Fall asleep at your desk?
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