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'Jump to' for Maps

As someone with a lot of maps in my game flooding the page toolbar, I think it would be handy to have a button or setting that allows us to 'jump to' the map in the page toolbar which is currently open onscreen, without having to scroll and search. I don't know how easily this could be implemented but it would seem handy to me.  Similarly, I know there are many suggestions for map folders and the like elsewhere so I won't re-suggest those. Additionally, a right-click option or a hover option on the side of maps (such as where the duplicate page / delete page / page settings options are) to allow for a quick transfer of the player ribbon would be handy. As it is at the moment, dragging the player ribbon (which at least for me is slow and glitchy at the best of times) takes a lot of time when switching between maps that are not adjacent in the page toolbar. On many occasions the ribbon chooses not to place itself on the chosen map, or drops while dragging, putting players on unintended maps. With an option as above, I would be able to more freely find the intended map and with a single click, transfer the players, rather than a drag-and-drop feature that often doesn't work as intended. 
Although these are two different suggestions, I agree with both. I have many, many, maps in one of my games and moving the ribbon is a PITA. I have to hold down the mouse button while scrolling through the maps and, as the OP stated, this can be slow at the best of times. I'll also point out that the current method exacerbates carpal tunnel syndrome. :-)
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