This would be very convenient since I go back and forth between the two quite a lot.
Try Command-` on the Mac OS. It will cycle you through the windows in the current application.
BTW, that's the same key as the tilde (~).
On Windows, Ctrl+Shift+S open or (if already open) focus script workspace.
I couldn't find key for focus main window. Ctrl+M minimize script workspace then main window have focus. (This behavior is good if it is overlapping, but?)
Alt+F4 close s.w. but this can also close main window accidentally.
I can't believe that I did not know about this shortcut... I've been using Mac since 1986, I thought I knew just about every shortcut... perhaps this is one I might have known about many years ago, but simply forgot...? What a gem. Thanks for that !
The Windows equivalent is typically ctrl-tab. That usually cycles the windows of the open application. Some applications that does not work with. But for the most part it does.
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