Show full file path on external locations
The scenario is the following: I am connecting to my server with Nautilus over SSH to access the file system on this device.
When manually connecting using "Other Locations" by typing in the protocol and IP address it drops me in the root directory, which is where I need to be. However the quick access entry which appears after connecting to the server points to the home directory of the user I am logged in as. So when using the quick access entry in the menu after closing and reopening Nautilus I will be unable to reach any folder on the server below my user's home directory.
Due to this the only way for me to get to the folders below the user's home directory on the external device is by either manually navigating to the it's location via "Other locations" by typing the protocol, IP address and port all over again, by manually adding a quick access entry pointing to root on the external device or by browsing to it's mount point.
The solution doesn't have to be what I am suggesting here, a dropdown button containing all folders before the current shortened file path could potentially also work.
The full file path from root should be shown when connecting to external devices over SSH/SFTP to allow access to any part of the file system.
Benefits of the solution
Improved navigation on external connections over SSH/SFTP.
Would make the interface less clean on external connections due to the longer file paths in the navigation bar while in the user's home directory.