Type it in a console window
On this site, you may see code blocks such as the following.
$ pluck set "Delay 0 seconds"
The dollar-sign is a unix-based convention to indicate a console window prompt. Everything following the $ , but not the $ itself, is to be typed in a console window (a.k.a., a terminal). In this case, a console window should be opened, and the user should type
pluck set "Delay 0 seconds"
On Windows, a console window prompt looks like this:
and the first thing typed in the console window is usually:
cd "C:\Program Files\Pluckeye\bin"
after which one should see the following prompt.
Again, the leading characters up to > should not be typed. They are the console prompt and they are shown as a convention. As a final example, consider the following code block that shows how to export Pluckeye settings into a pluckeye-settings.txt file on the user's desktop.
C:\> cd "C:\Program Files\Pluckeye\bin" C:\Program Files\Pluckeye\bin> pluck export >%HOMEPATH%\Desktop\pluckeye-settings.txt
The actual characters typed by the user to execute the above commands are these, with a "return" or "enter" hit at the end of each line:
cd "C:\Program Files\Pluckeye\bin" pluck export >%HOMEPATH%\Desktop\pluckeye-settings.txt