@bnvk suggested to shrink various #whonixcheck error messages. For example...
> [ERROR] [whonixcheck] Tor Bootstrap Result:
> Whonixcheck gave up waiting after 120 seconds.
> Tor Circuit: established
> Bootstrapping 5 % done. Tor reports: NOTICE BOOTSTRAP PROGRESS=100 TAG=done SUMMARY="Done"
> Possible issues:
> - Is the host's internet connection working?
> - Whonix-Gateway will need a few moments for bootstrapping the Tor network.
> - Do you live in a censored area?
> Shut down Whonix and try to get the Tor Browser Bundle from https://www.torproject.org
> working on your host. If you cannot get the Tor Browser Bundle to work, you will most certainly not get Whonix to work either.
> The Tor Browser Bundle is great for testing if you live in a censored area. If you need bridges for the Tor Browser Bundle,
> you will need them for Whonix as well.
> Try again: dom0 -> Start Menu -> ServiceVM: sys-whonix -> Whonix Check
> or in Terminal: whonixcheck
> or in Terminal with debugging: whonixcheck --debug --verbose
> Use arm, connection page two, to see if Tor is connected:
> dom0 -> Start Menu -> ServiceVM: sys-whonix -> Arm
> or in Terminal: arm
* to remove "after 120 seconds"
* to have a `Details` button that expands upon click
* to have a `More Help` button that opens a help file
This requires #msgcollector, namely [msgdispatcher_dispatch_x](https://github.com/Whonix/msgcollector/blob/master/usr/lib/msgcollector/msgdispatcher_dispatch_x) (written in #python) modifications.