t (or Up arrow) Cycles up through paths on timeline (by increments of 4)
g (or Down arrow) Cycles down through paths on timeline (by increments of 4)
SHIFT+T (SHIFT+up ARROW)Cycles up through the Sub paths (by increments of 1)
SHIFT+G (SHIFT+down ARROW)Cycles down through the Sub paths (by increments of 1)
Look at "1 cubic" on the timeline. this is path 1 that you have been working with.
under 1 cubic is:
Hitting 'g' (or the Down arrow key) will take you to the 2nd path, 't' (or the Up arrow key… This looking familiar yet?) will take you back to the 1st path. The '>' is an indicator to see what path you are on.
HOLD SHIFT and hit 'g' (SHIFT+Down arrow). Tthis should take you the -roll path. Go down once more till your on the -focus path.
The rest of this tutorial has been deleted, since the whole thing was just an exact scopy of what was covered in Making a Path.