In 10.10, when opening a directory in Nautilus, I was wondering how to copy the current path?
My address bar, pictured here, is not copyable:
Thanks and regards!
May I ask why you want the path?
If you want the path because you want to use it and navigate directly from the terminal, then you can simply install nautilus-open-terminal using synaptic.
After that, simply right click on any folder and use "Open in terminal"
If you simply want the path, then Ctrl + L would do just fine.
And then very frustrating to find that Ctrl+L doesn't toggle it back. Another web search... Drum roll...
And then, how to set your preference? Web search... Have to install gconf-editor or dconf-editor or manually use a terminal command:
Of course, this would be a little less painful if there were a 'terminal here' option in the context menu. Web search... Install
Sigh. Oversimplified interfaces are so hard to figure out. I appreciate all the helpful answers people have put on the web for us to find.
You can also type into your terminal