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I've got a strange issue, I'm just learning this system so please forgive if this is remedial, but, I've been using a private repository on bitbucket with source tree and now I'm bringing additional users into the fold. I've shared two repositories with a new user and while he can log in and see the repositories on Bitbucket, when he tries to clone the repositories within SourceTree, he cannot see them in a listing, nor connect to them directly. It looks like he's properly authenticated and Mercurial is up-to-date, is there something else I am missing?
I do not think that you can see Team repositories or repositories that you have not cloned. You can however just enter the repository url manually - though I have only gotten authentication to work using HTTP password authentication - this makes sense since since the public key info is stored in the user account, and sourcetree doesn't seem to know the user is associcated with the repository.
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