Trail of crumbs for mobile

I was trying to make my website mobile friendly. I have gone through many comments about bread crumbs on mobile websites. Some say it is good and others say it is bad. After reviewing the revisions, I was thinking about the following design approach.

(a) add location icon in the menu
(b) by clicking on that direct user to a separate page
(c) the new page to show the detailed navigation route from home until the user of the page is currently in
(d) it also shows all the relative links on that page.

Is this a good design approach from the point of view of user experience from mobile and desktop devices?

spritekit – Move SKEmitterNode along with the trail it creates

In Swift in SpriteKit, I have an SKEmitterNode that I have configured to make tracks following the player. I have the goal set for myself, the scene for him to make these paths when he moves. I would like to be able to move the EmitterNode to another position without the trace following it, but moving with it, so that the state of the path it performs is the same once it moves to a new position. Is there any way of doing this? I have tried to experience many things as the target node, but I have not yet found a way to fix it. I can edit to show the code if necessary. Thank you!

Chronicles of Darkness 2e – Will a pact with a demon change the paper trail of the devil and the mortal?

Henry is a white-collar criminal who was sent to jail for embezzlement in a bank. His life is ruined. I, as a devil, make a pact with Henry to take on that aspect of his life. Now I am a known embezzler, and Henry's record is clean and he can get a new job and a new life.

How far do the changes come? Certainly, Henry's family and friends will be affected by the change. But will the prison records show that I was in jail? Will the court records show that I was convicted? What about the FBI records?

The reason I ask is that the pact is not worth much to the mortal if an informal check from an employer broke it. It also makes sense to me that electronic records are more susceptible to such changes, while memories might not be. That is, while nearby people can change their memories, people who are far away can remember Henry as the embezzler and be surprised when they search for records.