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I'm on Windows 8. I hate the use the keyboard and I just discovered scrivener and I'm loving it but I miss this option. I usually achieve that on File Explorer by Ctrl+L then Tab to the sidebar. I'm on Win 8 Pro x64.

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Hi Tom. Your question needs editing for clarity. – user3463 Nov 20 '13 at 21:08
The binder is like the sidebar in the File (old Windows) Explorer. I wanted to navigate between the folders in it without using the mouse. This is the structure of scrivener:… – Thiago Nov 20 '13 at 21:12
I'm still not with you. In File Explorer on Windows 8.1, I can navigate between folders using just the keyboard, with the tab key and the arrows. – user3463 Nov 20 '13 at 21:16
Yes but to get to there in my case I have to use Ctrl+L to select the address bar then Tab to the sidebar. In scrivener, there is no address bar. – Thiago Nov 20 '13 at 21:19

It's not possible. I have searched a lot for this feature as well, and although I have no official answer, I have seen all of the shortcuts and this one is not there.

The best thing you can do is to navigate between documents with ALT + SHIFT + UP/DOWN. You can toggle the binder using (CTRL + SHIFT + B) if it was hidden.

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