How can I get SourceTree to see/access/clone our HG on-demand repositories?

We've migrated our jira on-demand repositories from svn to hg. And can access them OK via hg command line, hgclipse, etc. But sourcetree Close Repository doesn't list them.

SourceTree accepts my bitbucket credentials but when I click Refresh on sourcetree's external repository window it doesn't find any of our bitbucket/xxxx-ondemand/ repositories. Why not? How to get ST to find these?

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If you mean that you're looking in the Hosted Repositories window, it's likely because SourceTree only lists repositories you own, and repositories you follow/watch. We don't list any possible repositories you can access because in large organisations this list can be huge (it is in Atlassian!). So just follow/watch the repository in Bitbucket and it will start appearing in your Hosted Repositories list.

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