Testing in macOS Big Sur and macOS Catalina, the shiftoptionleft/right arrow keyboard shortcut highlights one word at a time.
By default shiftcommandleft/right arrow highlights from the cursor to the end/beginning of the line.
Everything in @beninato's answer worked for me. The only thing I had trouble with was that when setting the keyboard shortcut for the services I created, it had to include the command key for the service to be run by the shortcut.
Maybe that was your issue @Mestika?
There are built in shortcuts for the Favorites bar – the bar shown here that has "Mailboxes Inbox (5) 2021Q1 2020Q4 (1)".
The shortcuts are ⌘+Control+<number>, where number is the position on the bar with "inbox" getting position 1. So to move to 2021Q1 on my favorites bar, I hit ⌘+Control+2 (probably my most hit keyboard shortcut ...
I don't know any shortcut, but there is a workaround how you can use keyboard only to focus it. You may enable mouse keys - press 5 times Alt key and then use keyboard to move the cursor.
Alternatively you may install some third party tool to control the mouse. My recommendation goes to Karabiner Elements, because I use it for bunch of other useful staff. ...
The following example AppleScript code will minimize all but the front window in Google Chrome:
tell application "System Events" to ¬
set miniaturized of windows of application ¬
"Google Chrome" whose index is not equal to 1 to true
Since you already have BetterTouchTool and assuming it can run AppleScript code or an ...
EDIT: I found the direct link to the Shortcut discussed below. Personally tried the Shortcut and it works flawlessly!
There seems to be a way to do it using Shortcuts. Visit this link and then use Find on Page to look for "Create Hyperlink". It looks like it will take a little effort to get it up and running, but once it's created should be fairly ...
macOS doesn't need to open a menu to find a sub-menu item, so long as the menu item is unique.
From your example, you can't open Share itself, but you can directly key command for instance "Messages"
In System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts, select All Applications then click the + underneath, add the exact name of the menu ...