delete items from "Bookmark open repositories..."

Apologies if the questions has been asked before.

When I load SourceTree, there are a number of "bookmarked" repositories that automatically open. As far as I can tell, the only way to access the list from the GUI is "File > Bookmark open repositories...". However, the window that pops up offers no obvious way to remove an item from the list.

How do I remove all repository paths from the list of bookmarked repos opened automatically by SourceTree?

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Actually the windows that open on startup are solely based on what windows were open at last shutdown, so they can be bookmarked repos or just repos which you've manually opened with File > Open or dragging from Finder on to the Dock icon.

If you don't want SourceTree to open a repo window on next startup, just close the window before you shut down.

Thank you! Makes perfect sense.

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