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We are using Stash 2.12. We have a repository say Main. Each developer forked off this repository. I want to clone fork of another developer. But I don't see this developer's fork listed in Stash web user interface.
As as admin of this project, is there a way to unhide this dev's fork?
We have an open Suggestion for that:
Currently, you will have to modify the URL manually to browse a personal repo. If you are assigned Admin or Sys Admin Global Permission, you should be able to see it by altering the URL. You will have to have the developer grant you permission on his personal repo otherwise.
I hope that helps.
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