How do I view all changes for a pull request?

I have a pull request and when I go to the DIFF tab, it only shows me the diff for a single file.  I can't scroll down and continue to look at files.  Other PR tools I have used I could look at all the files at once, do a ctrl-f search to see how it was being used.

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Is that single file the only one being changed in that pull request?

No, there are dozens of files changed, but will only show me one file's changes at a time.

From your commandline, what does "git diff --name-only origin/[target]...origin/[source]" print for this PR?   [source] is the source branch, and [target] is the target branch.  Be sure to run "git fetch" before running this command.

Note:  the three dots ("...") in the git diff command are important.

I suspect Bitbucket is correct, and only 1 file changed.

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