Thanks, @mwra. I will add that to my toolbox. This will help in instances I’m trying to follow a basic link.
Unfortunately, my use of Go Back (and ideally, Go Forward) often comes up in a different situation in which I am not following links. Here is one scenario:
I search for a key word (Cmd+F) and see a bunch of results. Not quite sure which one I want to follow, I double-click on one of the search results (A). Map View jumps to Note A. I am able to see Note A’s context and click on neighboring Note A1, just for a quick peek. I move back with Cmd-’, and again Cmd-’ to get back to the original spot. It then occurs to me that I want to see Nota A again to take a look at another Note A2 that was right next to it.
Go Forward would solve the problem in a jiffy, as opposed to redoing
To broaden the request beyond one specific usage case, I guess I’m trying to emulate the act of flipping through pages in a notebook, only now our notebook is a far more complex and non-linear TBX file. I am looking to take advantage of TBX complexity, while keeping the age-old interaction of flipping pages.