Recently installed both the latest version of source tree (126.96.36.199) and Git on a windows 10 setup.
When I click on "Commit", source tree vanishes, which I can only assume means it crashes. Then, when I go to re-open it, a pop up appears that says "We were not able to locate a Git install on your system already." NONE of the 3 options it presents fixes the problem; the only way to bypass the window is to select "I don't want to use Git".
I've already been through this once before; after totally removing source tree and resintalling it, I was able to get ONE commit through before Sourcetree crapped the bed again and started in with not being able to find Git. Is this latest release straight-up broken? Is there any way to solve this issue? All the threads I was able to find were completely unhelpful and/or ancient. Thanks.
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