This manual command works. So yes, after a block is processed you can manually run this and gLiveView updates immediately to show block approved and confirmed.
I think running cncli scripts manually, from a full cncli install from source, is better than the coincashew scripts using the cncli binary file (personally).
Thinking a bit more on this, I prefer the countdown timer readout to using ekg metrics. Given ekg metrics merely show the event the moment it happens.
The gold standard of confirming a block has been processed is viewing on pooltool or adapools anyway, regardless of whether the node shows “confirmed”. So I’m fairly happy with running cncli sync and leaderlogs and init manually rather than seeing something in realtime.