Does SourceTree support Windows 10 Virtual Desktops?

I use the crap out of Windows 10's virtual desktop feature.  I may be working on a couple of projects at a time, and I typically put each on its own virtual desktop.  With Git Extensions, I can have a separate copy of the app running on each virtual desktop, each pointed at the repo I'm using in that context.  

It doesn't seem that SourceTree supports that.  When I try to launch SourceTree from a different virtual desktop than it is already running on, it just brings me back to the already-running instance.  That's not what I want.  I want it to spin up a new copy.  Any suggestions? 

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Looks like not. You can file a feature request at jira.atlassian.com.

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