keyboard shortcut to change focus from document to binder

Brand new user here. I can’t seem to find a key shortcut to change the focus from document to binder. , , don’t work on my laptop. <Cmd-,> which seems to be an OS-X general command to change focus within applications brings up “Preferences” menu. I’ve searched the forum and can’t find. I must be missing something obvious but I can’t figure it out. Help! --Mike (PS: since discovering the program a few days ago I’m finding it very useful on various projects. Nothing quite like it that I’ve ever seen)

CTRL-ALT-CMD-B goes to the binder.
CTRL-ALT-CMD-E goes to the editor.
CTRL-ALT-CMD-U goes to the synopsis field in the inspector.
CTRL-ALT-CMD-I goes to the note field in the inspector.

Welcome mrw. You probably haven’t seen this: [url]https://forum.literatureandlatte.com/t/unofficial-scrivener-keystroke-shortcuts-guide/3487/1]
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One more, Ctrl-Opt-Cmd-R selects the alternate editor when there is a split open. So E/R can jump between splits.

Perfect! Many thanks to AndreasE, Hugh, and AmberV. Scrivener is blessed with an active and responsive user community and developer too --what’s not to like? --mrw