Well if it isn't my old pal OutsourcedGuru.
JK, sorry if I was a little "testy" over our last exchange on OctoPrint's forum. Work stress driving me into the ground, what else can I say. Adding a boosted WiFi/BT HAT to the Zero in an attempt to alleviate some of the queue for a single-core would have never worked anyways due to pin conflicts. However, I am now curious and looking into the new BananaPi Zero clone, at least it's a quad-core... but the SW/FW compatibility is probably a disaster.
Themeify is great, btw. Always a good feeling to have even just the "little stuff" like a web interface match perfectly with all your HEDT hardware, workstation furniture, 3D printer, etc. I'm still getting used to all the caveats, sorry if any of these things are painfully obvious that I missed. My question is... (and due to the aforementioned work conditions, I just don't have the time to really dig into this so as to not bother anyone else with this)... but is there a way with Themeify, or any other plugin that exists, where the user can modify more than just primarily CSS content to customize the theme?
For instance: no offense, I'd just rather not have an Emoji up at the title block of my control panel, I'd like to change the actual page title too, and I believe there is a plugin that actually actively refreshes the HTML , etc. according to the current print status, so I'll at least look into that... but still.
And the "cephalopod" motif isn't really a favorite of mine (I know there's a plugin that can also address this to a degree, and there's other HTML tricks/browser add-ons that can solve some of this in an indirect way). Not just being snobbish, but the "green tentacle" favicon for the web browser just isn't easy for me to locate when I have a significant amount of tabs active. Haha that's my personal problem I guess, but I'm just using it as an example for now.
But overall, awesome job, much thanks to the dev for making this plugin.