Find in files 'recents' issue

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Lembasts
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Find in files 'recents' issue

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Product, version and build: 172
32 or 64 bit version of product: 64
Operating system: win10
32 or 64 bit OS: 64

In Find Replace you have the superb feature 'Find in files' which I use alot.
However the 'Find in' drop down list box seems to have some weird behaviour in trying to show 'recent' finds.
I have the standard 'current document' and 'current project' etc.
But then I have a UNC path I have sometimes used but it appears twice in the 'recent' list.
If I search another UNC path, it 'might' remember it in the 'recents' but it always disappears as though it cannot survive the program exit.
It would be fantastic if this 'recents' list did not show duplicates and was able to retain about the last 10 'recent' entries even when I close and open the program again.
Thanks

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Re: Find in files 'recents' issue

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I'll look into this and get back to you soon.
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SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.

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Re: Find in files 'recents' issue

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We were able to reproduce this and have filed an issue for the development team. It should be fixed in a future release.
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SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.