Navigate folders in a tree in Nautilus

Hi, I patched tumbleweed yesterday, and Nautilus was updated:
rpm -qa --last|grep nautilus
gnome-shell-search-provider-nautilus-43.0-1.1.noarch Fri Sep 23 15:11:44 2022
nautilus-extension-seahorse-3.11.92+95-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 15:00:53 2022
nautilus-43.0-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 15:00:43 2022
nautilus-extension-terminal-3.46.1-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:58:03 2022
nautilus-share-0.7.5-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:58:02 2022
libnautilus-extension4-43.0-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:42:51 2022

Now the navigate triangles are missing in front of folders, and I can’t find a way to get them back.
I’ve found this thread for Ubuntu that exactly describes the issue, but the fix doesn’t seem to apply to Tumbleweed.

Any idea how to get the functional back?


It was lost with GTK 4 rewrite. Wait until someone adds it back.

commit 6708861ed174e2b2423df0500df9987cdaf2adc0
Author: António Fernandes <>
Date:   Thu Apr 7 17:56:01 2022 +0100

    list-view: Reimplement using GtkColumnView
    The new implementation is radically different; almost no code remains
    from the old implementation. However, the new implementation has full
    feature parity with the old one with two exceptions:
        1. Expand subfolders as a tree: WIP in another branch.
        2. Performance for large number of items: WIP branch in GTK.

Thanks for the reply. I’ll wait then.