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Can I run git diff in SourceTree?

I love SourceTree, it's a great tool.  I did have a question regarding the git diff command however?  Is it possible to compare two branches from within SourceTree? 

I see that if I right click on a branch a 'diff against current' context option appears.  However, when I select it I'm not sure if anything happens?  I don't see anything at least-- am I supposed to look in a particular section of the screen to see it?

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Hi Larry,

After you've selected "Diff against current" the following area will show the files that are different (and you can click on each file to see the line diffs):

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cheers,

Tim

Thanks Tim, much appreciated.

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