When dealing with error messages, we constantly want to empower the user to resolve their issues on their own.
However, sometimes we have to show a complex path that leads to a menu item, tab, field, button... So we are dealing with another problem: depending on the user's ability to memorize the entire path.
As the error message with the full path will not be shown while the user is trying to figure out where to change a parameter to be able to proceed, in my point of view, showing the path is not a "troubleshooter".
Are there any articles with recommendations for this? Or even a way to support different decisions? I think we should just say the parameter that needs to be changed in the error message and add a button for specific documentation with more explanations and the full path (Menu -> Item -> Tab -> Parameter text field), I checked Adobe uses buttons to expand the options (https://spectrum.adobe.com/page/toast/#Use-an-instructive-tone), but I'm looking forward to hear about other alternatives.