Editor Shortcut - Move to next / previous capture in Tray

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There seems to be a built-in keyboard shortcut on Macs for moving to or displaying the next / previous capture in the Tray area. However, I'm not finding similar on the Windows version.
How can I move or display the next / previous capture into the Editor image area?

Thanks in advance,
Delain
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Paul

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Cursor left and right or up and down keys
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delaing

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Thanks for the reply. Seems intuitive enough, of course. But you have to ensure that the Tray has the focus by clicking into it, from what I can determine.
Was hoping for a shortcut like Ctrl-Tab while focus is in the editing area, similar to moving from one open browser tab to another or such as other multi-tab type UI's have.

So appears there is no shortcut for this. Is there perhaps a shortcut for moving focus to the Tray area?
Let me know if I'm misunderstanding.

Thank you,
Delain
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Correct.  If there's a shortcut for moving to the tray I am not aware of it, and there's nothing by way of an obvious candidate according my testing.
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While there is no shortcut to reference the tray directly, you do have the ability to press Alt+F to open the File menu, then choosing R to select Recent captures. Unfortunately that list isn't nearly as long as the recents tray may hold.