With the addition of Tweet Marker support, Twitterrific has become my go-to Twitter client on my Mac. Aside from Tweet Marker support, one of my favourite things about Twitterrific is its very well thought out set of keyboard shortcuts.
Unfortunately, though Twitterrific does a nice job supporting Twitter Lists, there are no keyboard shortcuts to switch your timeline view to look at them. There are keyboard shortcuts to switch to All Tweets (⌘1), Mentions (⌘2), Messages (⌘3), and Favorites (⌘4), but that’s it.
The good news is that you can use Keyboard Maestro to add in the missing keyboard shortcuts. You simply set up a set of macros that are available only in Twitterrific, then use the Move or Click Mouse action to click on the appropriate list. Since your macros will only run when Twitterrific is the active application, you can use ⌘5, ⌘6, etc. as your shortcuts.
I like to keep the sidebar hidden in Twitterrific, so I added the keystroke ⌘L before and after the automated click, which shows the sidebar just long enough to allow the action to occur.