First off – thank you for the option to now use the keyboard to navigate the sidebar – it really is a useful addition.
Related hereto, I just want to check whether or not I am missing an already-available option to change the focus to either the ‘standard’ or ‘widescreen’ preview-views?
In other words, what I am hoping is possible, is the following:
a.) With the sidebar ‘in focus’, use the arrow keys/kb to navigate to a specific group in the sidebar.
b.) With that group selected – hit a kb-combination(?), and have the focus switch from the sidebar, into the standard/widescreen preview-view, to then continue using the kb/arrow keys to select a specific file inside that (newly-selected) group.
[Edit:] c.) It would be similarly very useful if the same kb-combination could act as a toggle – in other words, when the focus is instead on the standard/widescreen preview-view, triggering it, would allow the focus to return to the sidebar, and allow for continued navigation there, using the kb/arrow keys.
Is this possible currently?
I have tried all sorts, and it doesn’t appear to be?
Has something changed, possibly, over the last few days (cannot remember when the upgrade between 3.0.2 and 3.0.3 was).
The shortcut now allows me to jump ‘back’, from main view to sidebar, or from inspector to preview, to main view, to sidebar – but nothing happens when triggered from inside the sidebar… In other words, I cannot jump left to right, only right to left…
If I place the cursor in the search field of the Inspector, with a file selected, and visible in Preview – hitting the shortcut jumps from Inspector, to Preview, to Main View, to Sidebar.
But if I do same from the Sidebar, then I’m met with the “chirpy” ‘no-selection’ sound, with nothing appearing to happen.
Will reboot now – and see. Clearly something going on my side.