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Drupal - Displaying menu trails for disabled menu items from page view

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In Drupal, if a node is added to the menu and then disabled via the menus admin interface, the menu active trail will still point to the node. ie. Node A -> Node B -> Node C (disabled), when viewing node C, the active trail will show from node A to node B. This is desirable.

My problem arises from a view (from the common Views module) that is configured to display as a page and references a node from an argument - I wish to be able to set the menu hierachy so that it shows the active trail like it would on a normal node, as detailed above.

Any direction on how to go about this?

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