On (remote) shortcuts, can there be an option for the indicated path on the directory tree to follow the shortcut, rather than opening the actual path elseware on the tree.
As it is right now, if for example, "lib" off the root directory is a shortcut, it looks like this if you click on "lib" ([sc] indicates the folder is a shortcut:
-lib [sc] <-path is shown from "usr", not from "lib"
-lib <-actual path is opened and shown here
The optional view would be something like this:
-lib <-full path is shown "lib"
This is especially useful if the shortcut is deeply nested.