"file:///" chars in string after ^c

Hello, everyone. I use nautilus side by side with gnome-terminal.
Some very useful feature was:
I pressed <ctrl>c whithin selected file or folder, and then in terminal after <ctrl><shift>v i've got full path and name of selected file or folder in terminal. But in newest version of Nautilus after <ctrl>c press, buffer will not save string like "/full/path/to/file", but it will save "file:///full/path/to/file". Of course, bash commands and utilites doesn't recognize such format of arguments. Well, i have a question to nautilus developers - could you tell me, please, why such changes have been made? Did you think to leave old format of copying files and folders?

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