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  1. Retro 10.2.0 (201), engine on Mini Mac OS X 10.8.4. Console 10.2.0 (201) on Mini mac os x 10.6.x I just ran a "utility" backup script out of sequence on one of the volumes normally backed up as one of 4 volumes in a pro-active script, all to the same media set (disk) It didn't take long. I clicked in the console sidebar on "past backups" and at the top of the list were two backups from earlier in the day (about 4:20 PM). The second one was the same volume that I just backed up. The one that just finished was not there. I went back to the activities screen, and the script was complete. I went back to the Past Backups, and it had not appeared. I clicked on the "previous" backup of the same volume, and Retro said it was "not available". (I don't remember the wording of the dialog and didn't think to get a screenshot) I clicked back and forth thinking this was a display issue for a while, and then quit and restarted the console. When the console came back up, my "latest" backup was there in the list. Bug.