Well, it seems it was a gremlin, and now it knows I'm looking for it, is hiding!

On Wed, 21 Jun 2023 10:41:48 -0400
Ted Felix <t...@tedfelix.com> wrote:

>   The code is in RecentFiles::add() to do the right thing.  Doesn't 
>mean it will always succeed.  There might have been something subtle 
>that prevented it from detecting that the file names were identical. 
>E.g. one accessed via a link and the other not?  Still, it should always 
>add the new one at the top.  I would expect dupes, not failure to add to 
>the top.  That's a surprising issue.
>   Anyway, if you've got a solid procedure to reproduce, we can look 
>into it.
>On 6/20/23 4:12 PM, Will Godfrey wrote:
>> On Tue, 20 Jun 2023 21:08:55 +0100
>> Will Godfrey <willgodf...@musically.me.uk> wrote:
>>> All the software I use that maintains a 'recently used' list will always 
>>> place
>>> the last one you visited at the top of the list - even if it originally
>>> appeared further down. Rosegarden doesn't do this. Why?
>> That's odd. I just tried again and it did!
>> These computery things hate me :(
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