[Suggestion] Return of "additional tools" function MV to MZ

Do you want to see the "additional tools" function of MV came back to MZ?


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Kupotepo

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Description of the Feature:
  • The "additional tools" function from MV return to MZ would be allowed expanding tools function would make a little easy to access the additional software relating to MZ.

Mockups:
In this section, show an edit of how it will look like in the editor.

Why is this feature good?
The essence is a shortcut which a little improvement in the quality of life. More importantly, it opens to the backdoor for more room to create a big expansion additional to MZ. In addition, the function will allow the Kadogawa team to create the MV animation system tool hopefully without interface with the MZ functions.


Possible issues with this feature?
Issues that might arise from this feature:
  • Nothing really springs to mind.
  • The software engineer can explain that to me.
Thank you everyone and including the software developers for making your voice heard.
 

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Yeah, this is one thing from MV that should return.
 

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@Beregon, thank you for replying. It is just small stuff. To make the RPG Maker MZ more amazing, like Google Extensions or Visual Studio extensions. It is opening the gate to both community devs and the company to make more magical stuff.
 

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