I have SourceTree installed on a Mac. I have some code committed to a local repository. This appears in the local tab on the SourceTree Bookmarks window. I also have a dummy repo in Bitbucket that appears on the remote tab, which tell me SourceTree has my account information OK.
So Now I right-click the local repo and select Publish to Remote...
I get a Create remote repository dialog, which has my Bitbucket account, and lets me fill in a Descriptions, but there's an empty "Owner Field" that has a spinner next to it that just sits there. The "Create" button is disabled so there is nothing I can do but cancel. How do I get my local repo published to Bitbucket?
I found that I had to enter my password into the Bitbucket Cloud config dialog to get this working. Even though I was prompted for a password, the spinner would never complete.
Try creating a repo again.
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