Hello mint community.
First off, I am running mint 14 64-bit with Cinnamon.
And here's my relatively small issue: When I open a folder in the file manager, say /home/nino/Desktop/whatever, at the top panel of the window it shows me the location of it with clickable icons for fast access to the folders that contain my current folder. In win7 I was able to click next to the last folder and a location bar would open up where I was able to type/copy/paste a location that I wanted to visit. For example if I was in C:/Program Files/SomeProgram I could just delete the SomeProgram part and replace it with SomeOtherProgram, press enter and go to said folder. Is there a way to do that in linux? If not, is there a way to open a folder in the file manager by pasting it's location in the terminal?
Thank you in advance.