I have two work stations, one running Ubuntu 16.04, Nautilus 3.14.3 and one running 16.10, nautilus 3.20.3.
On Ubuntu 16.04, I can click the menu to the top right of nautilus and select "Open in Terminal", which is incredibly useful. Better still, if I'm browsing some sftp / sshfs share, I can even select "Open in remote Terminal". I've really come to rely on those simple but incredibly useful options.
In Ubuntu 16.10, those options are completely missing. I know there is the context menu, which let's me "Open in Terminal" as well, but that's pretty useless if the folder is full of files and a file is selected, I can't un-select it. Also, the "Open in remote Terminal" option does not exist in 16.10 / Nautilus 3.20.3.
I've looked through the settings, but found nothing. I also looked through here, but only found "nautilus-admin", "nautilus-open-terminal" and "gnome-terminal-nautilus", but neither of these packages helped and some don't exist anymore.
So my question is, is this feature standard in Ubuntu 16.04, or has this work station additional packages that provide "Open in Terminal" from the options menu (and not the context menu)?
And how can I add this feature in Ubuntu 16.10 and possibly 17.04 should I choose to upgrade?