Problem: I have some bookmarks in Nautilus (v3.8.2) that point to folders that are part of a Truecrypt volume that I mount after logging into the system. The problem is that as this happens after logging in, Nautilus during the session start cannot find them and thus ignores them so they don't appear in the left panel.
Workaround #1: I can open the Nautilus' bookmarks editor, rearrange the bookmarks back and forth and Nautilus reloads their list in the left panel. However, it's annoying to do it manually all the time.
Workaround #2: I can kill Nautilus as suggested in another question and when I start it again, it shows all the bookmarks. Unfortunately this requires opening Nautilus because after killing it, all the desktop icons disappear.
QUESTION: Is there some other way I can force this reload? Something I could incorporate into a bash script and make it happen automatically few minutes after the session start.
Note: Please, don't suggest use of another file manager. I know that for example Nemo doesn't have this problem but this question is about finding solution for Nautilus.