Cleanup duplicate extension

I’m using Flatpak on Suse MicroOS w/o problems.
However I noticed that some extension exists more than once with different release:

❯ flatpak list | grep gnome.Platform
GNOME Application Platform version 44	org.gnome.Platform		44	flathub	user
GNOME Application Platform version 45	org.gnome.Platform		45	flathub	user

This means this extension allocates double disk space.

Is there any option to delete the old version and make sure that depending application uses new extension?

❯ flatpak uninstall org.gnome.Platform.Locale
Similar installed refs found for ‘org.gnome.Platform.Locale’:

   1) runtime/org.gnome.Platform.Locale/x86_64/44 (user)
   2) runtime/org.gnome.Platform.Locale/x86_64/45 (user)
   3) All of the above

Which do you want to use (0 to abort)? [0-3]: 1
Info: applications using the extension org.gnome.Platform.Locale branch 44:
   org.gimp.GIMP, org.gnome.Cheese, org.remmina.Remmina
Really remove? [y/n]: n


That’s wrong, your filesystem (e.g. btrfs) will deduplicate this and it will be less.

No, unless you ask those applications to update