- Create a new Document or Folder
- Realize it isn’t in the right place.
- Hit Control-Left
- Realize nothing happens.
- Use the menu: Documents -> Move -> Left
- Note that it works fine
The use-case: When sketching out structure of a new project, it isn’t uncommon to need to create multiple Folders at once. When you create a File/Folder and the current item in the Binder is a Folder, it defaults to creating a child. This means if you hit Control-Alt-N multiple times, you wind up creating folders within folders within folders. This is easily fixed if the movement short-cuts work when you’re renaming things.