But you can use the construct window.
I don't know if this helps much i.e. the construct is itself another tab and still has to have a link and comparative statement in the destination tab. Combining [TEXT] commands with other commands in a logic string seems to be pretty problematic. What I have had to do so far is put each [TEXT] command in a tab all by itself and then have a master tab that combines the logic connecting all of the other tabs.
For example if I create TABS called [Targs 1], [Targs 2], [Targs 3], [Targs 4] with a single [TEXT] command in each TAB (like " [TARG-T גלי][email protected] ראה" for example) and then create a TAB called [MASTER] with the logic. For example:
[CONTENTS Targs 1] <AND> [CONTENTS Targs 2] <AND> [CONTENTS Targs 3] <AND> [CONTENTS Targs 4]
Placing the commands with the logic in the same tab does not appear to be possible because of the RTL bugs