When I'm editing passages in Twine, I like indenting lines of code within macros to keep track of everything. In other text editors I've used, highlighting a block of text and pressing "tab" indents the whole block by one tab. However, in Twine, doing this pushes the lines forward only 2 spaces.
The issue is when I want to indent a single line, I just create a tab character at the beginning, which pushes the line forward by a tab. But if I paste in a whole block of code and it isn't in the right place, I have to add tab characters to each line manually. So is there a way I could move blocks of text forward by a whole tab rather than just 2 spaces? I'm using Chrome as my browser if that's helpful.