First view of repository doesn't remember width of columns since last sessions

The first time I open/re-open a repository (after closing SourceTree), the width of the file columns is not remembered and defaults to a very narrow column, as you can see in the following image (notice bellow the commits, the column with the files is very narrow and even though I open it up, the next time I open the repository it defaults to the narrow version):

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Can this be fixed please? I would prefer it to remember the width of the column from the last session...

I'm using SourceTree 2.5.0.2 in Mac OS X 10.8.5

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It also doesn't remember the column order, which I find particularly undesirable since I like the date and commit ID between the graph and description.

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