SourceTree for Windows - automatic downgrade?

I installed SourceTree 0.9.0.5 for Windows 7. It was upgraded to 0.9.1.0 later. When checking for updates, SorceTree recommends installing 0.9.0.5 as the latest available version. Is there a good reason for not using 0.9.1.0? I really like the newly introduced submodule support otherwise.

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Please ignore this 'update' - we're having some problems with our CDN right now where we seem to have inconsistent versions visible from different locations. Many apologies for this, we're following up with our providers and hope to have it resolved soon. Please don't accept that update and wait until you see 0.9.1.1 or 0.9.1.2 - the former has already been pushed out but the CDN problems are making it invisible to users right now :(

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