How to Show Subversion Tags and Branches in SourceTree

I am using SourceTree (for Mac) to access a Subversion repository that has the standard trunk/branches/tags structure. The repository has several subtrees under the tags tree, and I can see them if I run "git branch -r" from the command line, but SourceTree only displays the "trunk" branch.

Is there a way to get SourceTree to display these branches and tags?

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This widget could not be displayed.

Nevermind. Turns out that I had "Current Branch" selected. Selecting "All Branches" shows the Subversion branches.

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