Display File Path in Nautilus

Leap/Gnome

I often have to copy files into the root filesystem with gnome-terminal to replace original files, usually to add features. Since I seldom know where the original files are located, I have to search in Nautilus to find these. The only problem is Nautilus doesn’t show the file path; at least not by default. My workaround is to select the file or folder in the search results window and right-click > copy, then paste this into a text file. Is there an option to show the file path in Nautilus? There has to be:question:

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