Default URI to HTTPS instead of SSH

I usually use Visual Studio 2013, which needs an https URI. When I started using Bitbucket, all of the URIs were https.  But I then had to work with a project in VS 2010, and installed an SSH key to use VS Git / Git Extensions with Bitbucket.

After installing the SSH key on Bitbucket, all of my repos display the SSH URI.  With new projects, I have to essentially manually type out the https URI since it only displays the SSH URI by default.

Is there a way to have Bitbucket display HTTPs rather than SSH addresses by default?  I see a similar question for Stash, but can't find anything for Bitbucket.

 

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Apr 12, 2015

I believe the answer is no and it defaults to the SSH URI once you set a key into your account.

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