Show current page in navigation panel?

Is there a way to have the navigation pane always display which page you're on?  If scroll down the navigation pane and drill down to a page that I want to view, the navigation pane doesn't stay there and show me the current path to that page; the path remains open, but the navigation pane returns to it original position.

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Hello Daniel, you may be able to do so editing the breadcrumb into the velocity files within  <Confluence install directory>/Confluence/breadcrumbs.vm. In case this is something you would like to see implemented, an suggestion ticket can be raised in jira.atlassian.com describing the functionality.

Thank you, Guilherme!  I'll ask our administrator to check that out.

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