Yes, well... The easy way to answer the question was for me to launch Nautlius using terminal and physically go and look to see how. I went to my google drive connected folder... and that is when the nightmare began (this is the first time I ever navigated to GDrive folder in Nautilus). I managed to get it to cooperate long enough to finally get preferences open and test the solution before posting it.
But Nautilus slowed to an absolute crawl and the terminal filled up with
(org.gnome.Nautilus:405597): Gtk-WARNING **: 15:19:18.121: Duplicate child name in GtkStack...
Almost two thousand lines worth of them. This is a feature of Gnomes Nautilus that acts like a bug. I have Back Ups in the GDrive folder. So, it registered my backed up files as "duplicate child name in gtkstack." Gotta be kidding me, Gnome. Gnome takes good features away and puts in Bad Ones.
Gnomes proposed solution to users? The user should delete the duplicate entries. Brilliant. I am not going to delete my back up files just because the Gnome Dev team cannot fix what they broke. And for any Developer that works on multiple copies of Projects, this "feature" is utterly damaging and inane.
One of many reasons I use Nemo File Manager (Or Thunar on occassion) and avoid Nautilus like plague.