I like using the keyboard as much as possible. In particular, I'd like to be able to activate a search, type my search term, press a key to move to the search list, and then use cursor keys to navigate to my search result.
I can trigger a search in Finder in a number of ways:
When I search "This mac" pressing the tab key 6 times enables keyboard access to the search list. When I search within a particular folder, pressing tab gets me as far as "This Mac" and then the tab key stops working.
Pressing the tab key six times is not a particularly efficient option. That the tab option does not always work even that does not work all the time
After a little exploration I learnt that if I disabled full-keyboard access in
preferences - keyboard - keyboard shortcuts - keyboard & text it only took one tab to activate search results. However, in general I like have full keyboard access.
I was hoping that would be some key that could be used to focus on the list of files in finder. Thus, my question is:
How can I focus on a list of found files after search in Finder using the keyboard with full keyboard access activated?