The TAB function is supported.
It is now possible to edit like the TAB browser on the event script and disassembler screen.
Also, when typing Ctrl + J on the event screen ,I opened it with the contents of the first argument.
You do not have to do the troublesome thing to open the control panel and click on argument 1.
If you press Ctrl + J, it automatically opens the item with argument 1.
Also press Alt + J to open the screen with the second argument.
If it is an event command, it opens in a new tab.
On the disassembler screen, when you press Ctrl + J with the BL and B instructions, the instruction next to that instruction opens in a new tab.
In the event script, typing Ctrl + N makes it possible to fly directly to the instruction change screen located at the side of pressing the command button.
When changing instructions, you can do the troublesome thing that puts out the control panel and presses the Command button.
Also, in order to match shortcuts with Chrome etc , I support the new shortcut Ctrl + W.
Press Ctrl + W to close the window.
If tabbed, close the current tab.
You can switch tabs with Ctrl + 1, Ctrl + 2 ... Ctrl + 9.
You can also go to the next tab with Ctrl + Left or Alt + Left, Ctrl + Right or Alt + Right.
Until now, since I did not enrich the operation with the keyboard, I will reinforce it at once in this version.
On the event instruction or disassembler screen, enter CTRL + J to enter the subroutine and close it with Ctrl + W when it is no longer needed.
I think that you can analyze the data structure of the FE like a tab browser, just like browsing the Internet.