Sometimes I check out some commit in the middle of nowhere and then scroll up or down, or jump to other commits, and then I have to search for the currently checked out commit. 

Is there any way to jump directly to the head? Have I missed something obvious?

(Well, I've just found that by changing "all branches" to "current branch" and back to "all branches", I can jump to the head, but I would have expected an entry in "Jump to..." or just "HEAD" in the branch or tag list)

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No you've not missed anything. You can add a feature request at

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