I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but CMD + OPT + Left or 
Right Arrow Key moves around the Currently Open Documents pane in the 
Projects list. No need to shift focus to it first. 

Note that if you use that keyboard shortcut, the list of projects in the 
top pane does not update to highlight the file currently in the editor, but 
the name in the Currently Open Docs pane does. I'd missed that until I 
asked Support about it. D'oh!

- David W. 

On Monday, March 5, 2018 at 6:08:18 PM UTC-5, Brian Christiansen wrote:
> Hello,
> After searching the user manual (love that thing) and this group, I can't 
> find anything on getting around within the sidebar without taking my hands 
> off the keyboard. 
> What I am picturing is,
> 1. Key combo to shift focus to the sidebar
> 2. Keys to move through the hierarchy, in the manner of navigating the 
> Finder from the keyboard.
> 3. Perhaps CMD-O to open a file
> 4. Key combo to shift focus back to the editor pane.
> Am I just missing it? I've wanted to do this for years, and have never 
> gotten around to asking. The majority of my work is within Projects, so for 
> me the Sidebar is there 95% of the time.
> Thank you,
> ~brian

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