From within the Scripting Workspace window, click F1 to open help.
Issue #1 (the bug): two browser help tabs open (Chrome on Windows 7, from FMPA 15, 64-bit); one of the tabs is the help Home page and the other is the "Creating and editing scripts" page.
Issue #2 (I claim a "bug", though you'll claim "feature request"): if I have a particular script step selected and I hit F1, I expect it to open help on the respective step's page (i.e. if Sort Records is selected, then it should take me directly to the Sort Records help page). Especially if I hit F1 from within the modal Sort Records popup window, there should be no question that I want help on Sort Records.
Issue #3 (minor frustration): These two new tabs open even if I already have the same two tabs open; FM should target a particular window/tab name so that it doesn't open new tabs every time I need help.
Issue #4 (another minor frustration): the web interface for 'help' is nice because FMI can (theoretically) keep things up to date when mistakes arise. But it takes much longer for a web browser window to open and go to the right page then it did previously with the Windows help module. And there are no keyboard shortcuts to the search field -- which is always needed because of issue #2 above.
Issue #5 (a legitimate feature request expressed as a rant): see how on the left side of the Help screen FMI makes use of a great data organization/presentation tool called a hierarchical menu/list. Let's note how long that has been a standard in the web and data world, pretty much everywhere except in FileMaker...where it can be replicated by a talented developer with a LOT of work, but it should just be a standard UI object.