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Try this command, readlink -f $(pwd) readlink reads the contents of a symlink, and readlink -f follows symlinks to symlinks to symlinks, etc., until it finds something that isn't a symlink. So, cd $(readlink -f $(pwd)) OR cd $(readlink -f .) The above commands allows you to go into the original directory. Example, ~/Desktop$ ls -l lrwxrwxrwx 1 ...
Till now there is no shortcut for this behavior. You just can't open recently closed tab. Please note that nautilus is a file browser and it's totally different from web browsers such as firefox and google chrome. For my knowledge i don't remember that there is a file browser with this property.
I dont think Nautilus or any of the major file browsers have this feature. The only File manger I have seen this feature is Ranger. According to ranger website ranger is a file manager with VI key bindings. It provides a minimalistic and nice curses interface with a view on the directory hierarchy. In ranger you can use uq keybinding to undo closed tabs ...
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