How to remote set-url origin in SourceTree?

Sorry for the dumb question - I'm trying to do the example below in SourceTree to setup a GitPages site. I think I have completed the first two lines ok.

How would I perform the third line (remote set-url) with SourceTree?

Thanks for the help -

$ git clone $ cd $ git remote set-url origin $ git push origin master

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You can do it with following steps:

Source - Add Remote Repository Paths

BTW: Tag your question with "Sourcetree" - so it get's the right focus within "" (I just have seen your question accidently ...)


Open SourceTree ...

Select "Repository Settings" from "Repository" menu as shown above ...

Press the "Add" button in the "Repository Settings" dialog box and enter appropriate data ...

That's it!

Thanks that does it. For some reason there are no steps show for me, all I can see is as shown in the attached screenshot!

Probably because imageshack is blocked by many corporate IT departments...

Sry about this - glad you found it with my short instructions

Sry - didn't know about that ...

Glad you found it with my short instructions

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