Upgrading to v1.8.2.11 deleted my repositories

I just upgraded my version of SourceTree to v1.8.2.11 and, after re-launching, all my previous repositories have been deleted and are no longer visible. Did any one else experience this issue and how did you resolve it, other than the obvious of recreating each repository?

There is no warning prior to upgrading that all repositories will be removed or inaccessible.

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Are the repositories actually missing from your file system, or did SourceTree just lose the Bookmarks to them?

You can use the "Add Working Copy" tab to create a bookmark for an existing repo.

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Thanks for your response Seth. I believe upgrading just removed the bookmarks as I was able to add the working copies of each repo successfully. 

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