The default is the R key. It's in the Panels group of shortcuts.
EDIT: Colin (next post below mine) is right; R is *not* the default. And setting the R key shortcut isn't the only thing I don't remember any more.
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The default is the R key.
Eh? Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis? Methinks you set a key a long, long time ago and now consider it standard issue
Location is right, though--specifically under the Project Panel category as "Open in Source Monitor."
Sorry for the delay in responding. It's been quite busy.
Colin, when I press "Shift 2", which I would have thought would have been the appropriate shortcut under the list of shortcuts I have (below), the Project Panel window opens, but the item I have selected within the Project Panel within it does not open up within the Source Panel.
I was looking for a keyboard shortcut so that when I had an asset selected within the Project Panel, I did not have to go to the mouse in order to open it within the Source Panel.
This is a very common action for me and I'm trying to keep my workflow more on the keyboard, rather than having to go to the mouse so frequently.
While the Shift+# shortcuts are useful in their own right--they're used to focus a particular panel, at least by their default designation--they're not what you're looking for in this case.
Try this instead:
By the way, a simple way to get a list of all possible shortcuts in one place is to hold down the Shift and Control (I think Command, on Mac) and go to Edit > Keyboard Customization. This will reveal an easter egg button in the dialog labeled ">>Clipboard." If you click this, and then go to a text editor and use a Paste command, you'll get all shortcuts and their current mappings in a long text document. Since you can't search for a particular command in the Keyboard Customization dialog, but you can in a text document, this is at least one way to discover new keyboard shortcut possibilities that might otherwise not be found.