This plugin makes System Commands editable through the OctoPrint WebUI
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Special thanks to @OutsourcedGuru for the PR #12, which should fix the Safari bug and added the placeholders.
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Plugin for OctoPrint - makes System Commands editable via settings

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This plugin helps you create, edit and delete System commands. You can Access all option in the settings under "Plugins -> System Command Editor"

Right Click on a Control or the Green Box to open a context menu.

Setup

Install the plugin like you would install any regular Python package from source:

pip install https://github.com/Salandora/OctoPrint-SystemCommandEditor/archive/master.zip

Make sure you use the same Python environment that you installed OctoPrint under, otherwise the plugin won't be able to satisfy its dependencies.