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Repository tree ordering doesn't work for me

I open the repository tree by clicking the + button after the last repo tab.

When I drag a repo to a new location within a folder, the target location is correctly marked with an insertion line, but once I release the mouse button, it doesn't work as expected.

Expected: the folder should move to where I dropped it.

Actual: it moves to the parent (root?) folder in the hierarchy.


Similar issue: when I drag and drop a folder into another folder, the insertion line also shows a desired target location, but after the drop, the folder is placed in the parent (root?) folder.


Atlassian: if you could review it as a bug, 'd be appreciated.

Anyone: if you know some other way to re-order my repos, let me know.

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