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Usages search bug?

Usages search bug?

Usages search bug?

(OP)
Delphi in Rad Studio 10 Rio all versions

I have found that search for usages does not work correctly, Very annoying I know it was a bit clunky in XE but this is just silly.

A window will open listing the usages (but not always), but then clicking on a result will only highlight the item in the source if it is currently in the window,
i.e the editor does not scroll to the position of the text.
Hitting Alt G brings up the find box with the correct line displayed and this can be used to go to it.
A web search reveals nothing at all, it is hard to believe I am the only one who has noticed this, so I am wondering if there is a missed setting or a simple fix?

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