Maybe there’s a way to do this, but it isn’t apparent to me. It would be really nice if there was a way to make it so that pressing the space bar while in the Outliner or Corkboard would open the document in the OTHER editor. Currently, we can only select QuickReference or Editor, which, of course, closes the Outliner or Corkboard.
Right now, I’m having to right-click the document and select Open -> In [Left|Right] Editor. Is there any current way to do this that’s faster?
You can turn on “Selection Affects Other Editor” by clicking on the two arrows beneath the corkboard or outliner so that they turn blue - that way anything you select in the corkboard or outliner will be opened in the other editor.
Yes, there is a faster way, you can use Shift-Cmd-O to open a selected item in the other editor, opening a split if necessary to do so. Opt-Cmd-O will open the selection in the same editor, replacing the previous view (which you can of course get back to easily enough with the history buttons).
Ah, knew I was probably missing something. Thanks.