Shortcut for previous/next note

I think it could be a nice to have feature since many popular software use something similar:

Ctrl + PgUp: Go to previous note
Ctrl + PgDn: Go to next note

Also

Ctrl + Shift + PgUp: Go to previous notebook
Ctrl + Shift + PgDn: Go to next notebook

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It isn't perfect but there are shortcuts to change the focus to the note list/body/sidebar (default ctrl+shift+L/B/S) and once there you can use the arrow keys to navigate up and down

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It's CTRL+SHIFT+S/L/N/B (sidebar/list/note title/note body).

Thanks for your answers,

The current system works but requires 3 steps: Switch the focus, navigate with arrows, switch the focus again.

Using Ctrl + PgUp/PgDn can accomplish this in one passage, plus it is a system that many users already know from other software (Firefox and Notepad++ just to give some examples, use these shortcuts to navigate between tabs)

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Normally if you search for "history" in the keyboard shortcut editor, you can set a shortcut for backward and forward actions.

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