NSBreeze is a Chrome extension by Shizensky. It had 394 weekly active users and an average rating of 4.00 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store a month ago. NSBreeze is similar to NationStates++ and Breeze++. The last published version was 0.5.1.2, updated 8 years ago.
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I only wish the move to a region was so that it would be like "alt + " so that it happens less on accident.
Also, could you add one for the NS forum?
A side note, if possible I think that this would be amazing if you could edit the key bindings to your own.
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