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Scenery Editor object list showing 2 or more of the same object

Ever since the first patch.

- the bgls in the OneStore directories are not doubled
- nothing in AppData, or the SDK directories seem to affect it
- uninstalling/reinstalling the SDK makes no difference
- SDK version makes no difference
- not interested in trying a 90+ gig reinstall, especially since this could just happen again.
- I know others have this same issue. Other than this, I haven’t had the game breaking issues others complain of, but still very irritating.

Anywhere else I could look?

I’ve left a Zendesk report, but I don’t expect them to reply.
I've been seeing the same thing. I just let it go. It doesn't seem to bother anything. In fact, once I saw 4 items of every object.