Ubuntu 10.04 Show Path of Current Folder in Nautilus

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The procedure to show the absolute path of the current folder in Nautilus address bar has changed with Lucid Lynx.

To see it now you need to press “Ctrl+L” and the path location would show up in the address bar.

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