I recently voted to close this question as a duplicate of this question. When I first voted to close, I inadvertently clicked on a different proposed duplicate (there were two proposed duplicates based on existing votes-to-close), which I didn't think was a better direct representation of this new question, then tried to get back to the two choices I was first offered. I wasn't able to do that. If I clicked back on the Closing > link at the top, then chose duplicate again, I was only offered the choice I originally clicked on.
So I cleared the URL, and typed "retina" - this is what I saw:
Note that it says there are 5 results, but only 4 are shown (I suspect the one that is missing is the one that I wanted). If there are 5 results there and one is hidden from view, there is no way to scroll to see the 5th result.
What I should have done was closed the dialog entirely and/or refreshed the page. But this chain of events surprised me.
I really doubt this is browser-specific, but to pre-empt inevitable requests: Chrome 31.0.1650.63 on OS X 10.9.2.