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Why not filter for jpegs when the import completes and create a working colection?
Press the backslash key and the filter bar will appear at the top of the thumbnails grid. Select Text and type jpeg into the box next to “contains all”
Press Ctrl+ (Cmd+A) to select all the jpegs and then click the + symbol on the Collections panel and create a named collection - check the box to include selected files.
You can work in the jpeg collection to do your editing, going only to the folder if you need to locate a raw file.
Thank you for your reply, but those are the kind of actions I'm trying to avoid. If I go out the JPG collection and go to the import folder, I still need to find the raw, which is pretty boring to manage. I'm trying to find an easy way (one or two clicks/actions) to switch between JPG and RAW but I cannot find it.
But if you keep a single jpeg selected in the collection and switch to the folder, won't the raw be next to the jpeg?
Dunno. I would have to try it. If it does, that could be a good workaround...