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[Looking for suggestions] How do you remember all of the available API commands?

So as I'm loading more scripts, I find that it gets harder to remember which ones I have loaded when I'm in the game, so I have a separate tab outside the game on the API loading page so I can reference the list of available scripts. I have token or macro buttons for several of my scripts (GroupInitiative, Torch, etc.) but others are more of something that I'm only using while I'm preparing a game, not while actively running it. I'm thinking that I'll probably build a chat macro to list all the currently loaded scripts, and have each listed script link to a separate chat macro list of the available script commands or the help topic for that script (if available).  But I'm hoping someone else has already figured this out and I can save myself the work?  I'm also noticing that my Collection macros list is getting quite long, so I'm thinking about how to reduce that -- perhaps if I keep my script macros in a 'macro mule' character sheet.  So how do you manage all of your scripts while in game?
The Aaron
Forum Champion
API Scripter
I generally organize them as Macros.  I have "Game Setup" macros to the right on the bar, and "Game Running" macros to the left.  When I'm building, I scroll the macro bar to the right side, but generally, it's on the left side for running.  I also color code the buttons.
I store them mostly in a character sheet, then enable them on the macro quick bar, using emoji to save space. I try not to have to remember commands, except for stuff that's really simple, like !group-init or !cal. If it's something I need to use regularly, it goes on the toolbar.