Our project has gotten large (we're game developers), so I signed up for the Basic plan with bitbucket which gives us 5gb of LFS storage. I was able to successfully get our project pushed to a new repo and the LFS storage is indeed working properly.
The issue is that now when another user clones the repo, source tree asks to install git-lfs (OK), and then asks if I want to download the LFS content, I say YES. The progress bar appears for about 5 seconds and dissapears, and it of course did NOT download any LFS content, I'm still only left with the pointer files.
I've also tried in the toolbar Repository -> Git LFS -> Pull LFS Content which does the same thing with no success. I have 1.2gb of LFS content so it's obvious it's not download those files.
How do I fix this? Frustrating to sign up for a paid plan and it won't work
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